Macquarie Heads whale operation shifts gear from rescue to burial

Lachlan Bennett
Updated September 26 2020 - 10:10pm, first published 3:47pm
HEARTBREAK HARBOUR: Authorities believe there are no more whales left alive following the mass stranding event. Picture: Supplied / Matt Newton, DPIPWE
HEARTBREAK HARBOUR: Authorities believe there are no more whales left alive following the mass stranding event. Picture: Supplied / Matt Newton, DPIPWE

The team responding to a mass stranding of pilot whales at Macquarie Heads has shifted focus from rescue to the burial of bodies.

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Lachlan Bennett

Lachlan Bennett

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Lachlan Bennett is a journalist based in Burnie with an interest in politics, primary industries, transportation, tourism and the West Coast.

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