'You just felt like it was looking at you': Volunteer recounts killer whale rescue effort

Matt Dennien
By Matt Dennien
January 21 2019 - 7:00am
People worked to keep the animal wet during the rescue operation on Saturday. Picture: Ellen Bodell

A volunteer involved in rescue efforts for a large killer whale which became stranded, and later died, at a beach in Tasmania’s North on Saturday has praised the work of park rangers and others who came to the animal’s aide.

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Matt Dennien

Matt Dennien

Journalist

Matt Dennien is a journalist at The Examiner, based in Launceston. Contact him via email at matt.dennien@examiner.com.au, or more securely via Signal on +61 437 672 994.