Two rare Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins are trapped in a lake after they were swept there by the tsunami. Experts believe that one is injured as well.
Rescue attempts thus far have failed:
KHAO LAK, Thailand (Reuters) - Rescuers failed on Monday to catch two rare dolphins trapped for eight days in a small lake in southern Thailand after
they were swept more than a kilometer inland by giant tsunami waves.
The exhausted dolphins, one of which appeared to be injured, were dumped in a 600-by-900-foot lake left by the wall of water that struck Thailand's
Andaman Sea coastline on Dec. 26.