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A police officer splashes sea water on a stranded humpback whale to keep it alive during a rescue operation at the beach in Qidong, Jiangsu province, November 13, 2017. The police station in Lianxing port received a report that a humpback whale, which is 7.6 meters long with 6 meters long wingspan and weighs 3 tons, was stranded at the beach on Monday.
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Zhang Shanyu
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Police officers splash sea water on a stranded humpback whale to keep it alive during a rescue operation at the beach in Qidong, Jiangsu province, November 13, 2017. The police station in Lianxing port received a report that a humpback whale, which is 7.6 meters long with 6 meters long wingspan and weighs 3 tons, was stranded at the beach on Monday.
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2017/11/13
Photographer  :  
Zhang Shanyu
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China: Humpback whale runs aground again after being freed from E. China beach
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