Dolphins in peril saved; RESCUE.A STRANDED dolphin and her calf were saved after getting stuck on a sandbank sand·bank
A ridge of sand forming a mound, shoal, or hillside.
sandbank or sand bar
a bank of sand in a sea or river, that may be exposed at low tide
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They had been beached for about three hours and it had been feared the mother was too ill to be saved - which would have meant having to put down her baby calf.
Rescue organiser Dave Jarvis said: "Fortunately the vet said the mother was well enough and they were last seen swimming out to sea."