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  1. New Zealanders race to safeguard stranded whales

  2. A dead pilot whale lies on a sandbank after one of the nation's biggest recorded mass whale strandings, in Golden Bay, at the highest point of New Zealand's South Island. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  3. Volunteers take care of a portion of the several stranded pilot whales still alive after one of the nation's biggest recorded mass whale strandings, in Golden Bay, at the highest point of New Zealand's South Island. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  4. Volunteers attempt to guide a portion of the stranded pilot whales still alive pull out to ocean. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  5. Volunteers attempt to guide a portion of the stranded pilot whales still alive retreat to ocean. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  6. Volunteers attempt to guide some stranded pilot whales retreat to ocean. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  7. Volunteers take care of a portion of the many stranded pilot whales still alive. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  8. People remain between a portion of the many stranded pilot whales that have kicked the bucket. REUTERS/Ross Wearing

  9. Volunteers take care of a portion of the several stranded pilot whales still alive. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  10. Volunteers take care of a portion of the many stranded pilot whales still alive, as one lies on a sandbank set apart with a "X" to demonstrate it has passed on. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  11. Volunteers take care of a portion of the many stranded pilot whales still alive. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  12. Volunteers stroll between a portion of the many stranded pilot whales. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  13. Volunteers take care of a portion of the several stranded pilot whales still alive. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  14. People take a gander at stranded pilot whales seen on the shoreline. Television NZ/TV3

  15. Volunteers attempt to keep alive a portion of the several stranded pilot whales after one of the nation's biggest recorded mass whale strandings, in Golden Bay, at the highest point of New Zealand's south island. REUTERS/Ross Wearing

  16. Volunteers attempt to keep alive a portion of the many stranded pilot whales. REUTERS/Ross Wearing

  17. Some of the several stranded pilot whales set apart with a "X" to show they have kicked the bucket. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  18. Volunteers take care of a portion of the several stranded pilot whales. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

  19. Stranded pilot whales are seen on the shoreline. Television NZ/TV3

  20. People take a gander at stranded pilot whales seen on the shoreline. Television NZ/TV3

  21. Some of the many stranded pilot whales. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps