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The California Wildlife Center van transports a pygymy sperm whale, which was beached at Zuma on Friday, Jan. 18, to the Zuma Lifeguard Headquarters garage. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
The sperm whale is positioned head-first into the California Wildlife Center’s rescue van.
Crews lift the whale, which was approximately 9-feet long and 800 pounds, to put into the CWC rescue vehicle at the north end of the Zuma lot.
California Wildlife Center Marine Mammal Rehabilitation Manager Michael Remski is interviewed by a news crew.
Staff Report
10:37 am PST January 18, 2019
Officials from the California Wildlife Center were on scene at Zuma Beach the morning of Friday, Jan. 18, in response to a beached pygymy sperm whale.