BARNSTABLE (CBS) – Wildlife workers are keeping an eye out for any more dolphins that could re-strand themselves on Cape Cod.
The International Fund for Animal Welfare worked to save 10 dolphins on Saturday.READ MORE: Report: Xander Bogaerts Plans To Opt Out Of Red Sox Contract After 2022 Season
It all happened in Barnstable in a remote part of Sandy Neck Beach.READ MORE: Woman Hit, Killed By School Bus In Mattapan Remembered As 'All-Around Good Person'
The aquatic team re-floated them all back out, but some re-stranded themselves.MORE NEWS: Massachusetts Reports 1,115 New COVID Cases, 23 Additional Deaths
So far, the dolphins have all been cared for.