Update: Necropsy finds malnutrition among beached Fla. whales

12/10/2013 | CBS News

Initial necropsy results from 11 pilot whales that were part of a pod of 51 animals stranded or beached in the Florida Everglades indicate severe malnutrition and two pregnant females. "We'll be testing for viruses. We're looking to see if they have any there, and then we'll be looking for all other possible reasons," said veterinarian Julia Zaias of the Marine Animal Rescue Society. Seven other whales from the pod have been found dead, and four others were euthanized.

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