Chilean Locals And Fishermen Help Stranded Whale Back To Sea

27 November 2021 18:11 WIB

People try to return a whale to the sea after it beached itself at the shores of the fisherman's cove Lenga, near Hualpen, Chile November 26, 2021. Neighbours and fishermen from Hualpen commune in Chile helped a stranded and badly injured whale back to the sea on Friday (November 26). REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

27 November 2021 00:00 WIB

A boy throws water on a whale to keep it hydrated after it beached itself at the shores of the fisherman's cove Lenga, near Hualpen, Chile November 26, 2021. According to local media, the animal of nearly 7 metres long (22.96 inches) was found around 6:30hrs local time (9:30 GMT) by residents of Caleta Lenga beach, in the Bio Bio Region. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

27 November 2021 00:00 WIB

People try to help a whale after it beached itself at the shores of the fisherman's cove Lenga, near Hualpen, Chile November 26, 2021. Neighbours said they notified authorities from the Navy and Sernapesca (National Fishing Service) but seeing their help was not immediate, they had to take the matter into their hands. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

27 November 2021 00:00 WIB

A man throws water on a whale to keep it hydrated after it beached itself at the shores of the fisherman's cove Lenga, near Hualpen, Chile November 26, 2021. The causes range from natural, related to the age of the animal, sickness, disorientation, malnutrition and environmental factors; or anthropic, which include captures, pollution and entanglements. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

27 November 2021 00:00 WIB

People take pictures of a whale after it beached itself on the shores of the fisherman's cove Lenga, near Hualpen, Chile November 26, 2021. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

27 November 2021 00:00 WIB

People take pictures of a whale after it beached itself on the shores of the fisherman's cove Lenga, near Hualpen, Chile November 26, 2021. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

27 November 2021 00:00 WIB