A whale swims in front of an iceberg at the seashore of King's Point on July 4, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. (AFP/Johannes Eisele)
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Some 20 pilot whales have died stranded in mysterious circumstances on the south-western coast of Iceland, emergency services said Saturday, only two weeks after a similarly unexplained mass stranding had already killed dozens of the long-finned cetaceans.The dead whales, part of a group of 50 stranded whales, were discovered late Friday near Gardur, some 50 kilometers from the capital Reykjavik.Last month 52 dead stranded whales were spotted on a remote beach in the west of the north Atlantic island nation.
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