Whale washed ashore will die because of
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avatarAsked on November 22, 2019 by Sammata Kamakshi

Whale washed ashore will die because of

A

Increase in body temperature

B

Incapability to breathe

C

Crushing of bones under body weight

D

Cracking skin

Answer

Whales are a diverse group of marine mammals which perform a particular phenomenon in which they strand themselves on land usually on the beach, this phenomenon is known as cetacean stranding or beaching. Due to this phenomenon, they die due to there own body weight and also due to dehydration.
So, correct answer is 'crushing of bones under body weight'

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