About 380 whales died on the Australian coast in what is believed to be the largest mass strand of flying whales in Australia.

A natural disaster hits the Australian coast, where a large group of whales died on the coast of Australia, and the coast guard seeks to get rid of those dead whales on the sea.

Rescue teams were able to return 50 of these giant aquatic animals late on Wednesday, as efforts continued to save about 30 whales still alive.

The authorities in Tasmania confirmed that rescue efforts would continue "as long as the whales remain alive on the shore."

"While these animals are still alive and in the water, there is hope for saving them - but over time they are exhausted," said Nick Decca, Regional Director of the Australian Wildlife and Parks Authority.

Rescue teams managed to return 50 of these giant aquatic animals late on Wednesday, with efforts to save about 30 whales who are still alive.