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Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida

Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida

January 17,2017 13:06view count1788

Dozens of false killer whales, a type of dolphin, are dead following a stranding in Everglades National Park in South Florida, officials said Monday. A total of 95 dolphins are dead after they became stranded off Hog Key, according to officials with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries. Some of the dolphins were deeply embedded into mangroves.



Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida
Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida
Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida
Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida


Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida

Dozens of False Killer Whales Die in Stranding in South Florida

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