A group of 14 sperm whales washed up on an Australian island and later died.

According to The Guardian, fourteen whales washed up dead on the beaches of King Island.

An Australian island north of Tasmania, lately.

According to USA Today, the Marine Conservation Program arrived at the site of the mass stranding on Tuesday.

To begin its investigation into the whale fatalities.

According to NPR, officials intend to undertake an airborne scan of King Island .

The surrounding seas to search for more whales, and scientists will do necropsies on the marine creatures.


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