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Longufjorur, Iceland: Stranded whales on Longufjorur beach in the Snaefellsnes peninsula area, north-western Iceland. About 50 pilot whales were stranded last week, a frequent but rarely fatal unexplained phenomenon Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Stranded whales on Longufjorur beach in the Snaefellsnes peninsula area, north-western Iceland. About 50 pilot whales were stranded last week, a frequent but rarely fatal unexplained phenomenon

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