A post mortem examination is due to be carried out on a sperm whale that died last night after becoming stranded on the beach at Hunstanton.
It is thought the animal died at about 8pm yesterday. It was first discovered on the sand 12 hours earlier.
Stephen Marsh, operations manager for the British Divers Marine Life Rescue, said the Defra-funded Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme would carry out a post mortem examination "when conditions allow" today.
The whale is thought to have belonged to the same pod as those who died two weeks ago off the Norfolk and Lincolnshire coasts.
Divers trying to help a stranded sperm whale on the Norfolk coast have confirmed it has died.
The British Divers Marine Life Rescue said the stricken animal had taken its last breath at about 8pm.
They expect to receive official confirmation of its death later this evening once zoological experts have assessed the body.
A dead whale has been discovered on Sea Palling beach, three days after a minke whale washed up at Cromer.
The mammal, thought to be another minke, was found earlier today (Monday 25 November) in a remote area of the north east Norfolk beach.
Norfolk Cetaceans said: "This 5.8m young female has probably been dead no more than three to four days.
"She looked well fed and had no obvious fatal injuries. I suspect she may have got into shallow water on the landward side of the reefs here and couldn’t get back to sea."
It's been reported that a dead whale found on the beach at Cromer in North Norfolk yesterday has been removed by council workers. The 25 foot long Minke whale was discovered near Cromer Pier but reports say it was taken away yesterday evening.
Members of the public have talked of their shock after seeing a whale washed up on Cromer beach in Norfolk.
The 25 foot long mammal was found on the beach near the pier this morning.
A dead Minke whale has washed up on the North Norfolk coast today.
The 25 foot long mammal was found on Cromer beach near the pier this morning and has probably been dead up to two weeks.
It's the first time in more than 40 years a whale of this kind has been seen on this part of the coastline.
Scientists have spent the day on a Suffolk beach taking samples from a Fin Whale that died after being stranded on the shore.
A lifeboat crew was unable to help the young female, which became stuck at Shingle Street near Hollesley