(NBC MIAMI) Officials say that dozens of False Killer Whales are dead following a stranding in Everglades National Park.
NBC Miami reports that a total of 81 False Killer Whales are dead. They say officials with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries told them that the False Killer Whales became stranded off Hog Key.
Thirteen False Killer Whales are unaccounted for and one has been seen alive.
The stranding was discovered Saturday afternoon, the station reports.
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