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.

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It all happened in Barnstable in a remote part of Sandy Neck Beach.

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(Image credit: International Foundation For Animal Welfare)

(Image credit: International Fund For Animal Welfare)

The aquatic team re-floated them all back out, but some re-stranded themselves.

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So far, the dolphins have all been cared for.