ORLANDO (CBSMiami/AP) — Once again SeaWorld Orlando is doing everything it can to help a sea creature in distress.READ MORE: 'I Have Not Yet Begun To Fight,' Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz On Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct During South Florida Event
A critically ill pygmy killer whale that beached herself off the west coast of Florida is getting treatment.
SeaWorld Orlando said last week that it was treating the 255-pound whale at its rescue facility.READ MORE: Saturday's 'Second Dose' Event To Focus On Importance Of COVID Vaccine To Communities Of Color
SeaWorld says it’s very rare for a pygmy whale to get beached and in need of rescue.
SeaWorld also says the female whale appears to have injured herself through a jagged oyster bed before being beached.
The whale suffered dehydration and is being fed fluids and antibiotics.MORE NEWS: Survey: Anxiety Builds For Workers As Return To Office Seems Imminent
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