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Sperm whales stranded in Indonesia die

BBC News Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Sperm whales stranded in Indonesia dieTen sperm whales beach themselves in Aceh province, with rescuers unable to save four of the mammals.
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Ten sperm whales stranded in Indonesia's Aceh province on Nov. 13. Local officials, fishermen and volunteers managed to save six of the mammals beached on the northern tip of Sumatra but four died.

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