On a tranquil beach on Australia's west coast, an awful and perplexing disaster has unfolded in recent weeks as more than 100 whales washed up in the shallow waters and died.
So far, 131 whale carcasses have been removed from Hamelin Bay, about 300km south of Perth, since the mass stranding was first spotted by a passing fisherman just after sunrise on March 23.
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