Huge whales have washed up dead over recent months on beaches in northern Chile, where scientists suspect they have been driven by climate change. After the beaching of hundreds of dead whales in the south last year, the trend has now shifted to areas where the phenomenon was rare.
Huge whales have washed up dead over recent months on beaches in northern Chile, where scientists suspect they have been driven by climate change. After the beaching of hundreds of dead whales in the south last year, the trend has now shifted to areas where the phenomenon was rare. SERNAPESCA AFP/Getty Images
Huge whales have washed up dead over recent months on beaches in northern Chile, where scientists suspect they have been driven by climate change. After the beaching of hundreds of dead whales in the south last year, the trend has now shifted to areas where the phenomenon was rare. SERNAPESCA AFP/Getty Images

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