Dozens of whales stranded off Florida’s Everglades Park

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HOMESTEAD, FL – Florida’s got a big problem on its hands, and no, we’re not talking about George Zimmerman this time. Instead, crews are trying to figure out how to get about 20 to 30 whales out of shallow waters in Everglades National Park.

Wildlife officials believe the wandering beauties swam in at high tide but got stuck when the tide went out. Four whales have already died, and marine biologists are trying to figure out how to steer the rest of the whales away from the same fate.

Man, things would be a whole lot easier if only the whales could swim like Willy.

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