Wednesday, 11 December 2019

Stranded whales lie on the beach in Snaefellsnes peninsula, Iceland July 18, 2019. Tourists and a pilot on a helicopter sightseeing tour of Iceland have found dozens of dead whales on a remote beach in Iceland. Reykjavik Helicopters/via REUTERS

Stranded whales lie on the beach in Snaefellsnes peninsula, Iceland July 18, 2019. The whales are believed to have swum ashore at the same time and died of dehydration. Reykjavik Helicopters/via REUTERS

Stranded whales lie on the beach in Snaefellsnes peninsula, Iceland July 18, 2019. The pilot whale is notorious for stranding in mass numbers, for reasons that are not entirely understood. Reykjavik Helicopters/via REUTERS

Stranded whales lie on the beach in Snaefellsnes peninsula, Iceland July 18, 2019. Reykjavik Helicopters/via REUTERS