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SafariSpinSaga|Rescued and released whale of good condition in Hainan

A member of a marine biodiversity expedition team records data during the expedition in the waters east of Hainan IslandSafariSpinSaga, south China, July 7, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Members of a marine biodiversity expedition team observe on the prow in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Li Songhai, researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), checks the signal data of "Haitang" on a boat in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 7, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

An aerial drone photo shows short-finned pilot whales swimming in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

An aerial drone photo shows short-finned pilot whales swimming in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

A short-finned pilot whale swims in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

An expedition team member uses a drone to observe on the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Members of a marine biodiversity expedition team analyze photos of short-finned pilot whales on a boat in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 7, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

An aerial drone photo shows short-finned pilot whales swimming in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Members of a marine biodiversity expedition team observe on deck in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 7, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Members of a marine biodiversity expedition team observe and take pictures of short-finned pilot whales on deck in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

A member of a marine biodiversity expedition team checks a GPS device on a boat in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 7, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Members of a marine biodiversity expedition team check sailing information on a boat in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 5, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Pu Bingmei (R), secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), and another team member observe on deck in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 5, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Short-finned pilot whales swim in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 5, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

SafariSpinSaga|Rescued and released whale of good condition in Hainan

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

Short-finned pilot whales swim in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 6, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

An aerial drone photo shows short-finned pilot whales swimming in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 5, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

An aerial drone photo shows short-finned pilot whales swimming in the waters east of Hainan Island, south China, July 5, 2024. A 5-day marine biodiversity expedition held in Hainan concluded on Monday. Experts state that the recently rescued and released short-finned pilot whale "Haitang" is of good condition. The male whale Haitang was found injured and stranded in the Haitang Bay of Sanya City on January 3, and was sent to the Sanya Haichang Animal Conservation Center for treatment. It was released back into the sea on May 26 after thorough investigation and discussion by experts.

Based on the information of a signal device attached on its back, Haitang shows good abilities living in the wild and adaptability to the deep-sea environment. Within its swimming area, the expedition team spotted a large number of short-finned pilot whales.

According to Li Songhai, chief scientist of the team and researcher of the Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), this highly indicates that "Haitang" has already found its pack.

"This is the first short-finned pilot whale successfully rescued in China," said Pu Bingmei, secretary general of the non-profit organization BlueRibbon Ocean Conservation Association (BROCA), who noted that the case could offer important reference for marine rescue work. (Xinhua/Zhang Liyun)

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