Mysterious stranding leaves 100 dolphins dead

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Scientists aren’t sure why they stranded themselves in the mangroves National Park Service False killer whales stranded Ninety-five false killer whales—a type of dolphin that looks, you guessed it, like a killer whale—got stranded in mangroves, mud and shallow water off the coast of Florida this weekend. Of those, 72 ultimately died of natural causes, 10…

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