Hundreds of dead fish have washed up on the north Kent coast.
The Environment Agency has been alerted to the discovery by the Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authorities (IFCA) which is leading an investigation.
The reason for the for beach washing up on the beach is not yet known.
There is speculation they were either dumped off a boat or died as a result of unclean water following the frequent sewage releases.
Dead sea creatures have been found washed up on Kent's beached on countless other occasions, often on a much larger scale.
This has included everything from porpoises, seals and dolphins, to sharks, whales, and exotic species such as sunfish from warmer climes.
In March 2018, thousands upon thousands of dead starfish were found strewn across the sand at Dumpton Gap in Broadstairs - a phenomenon apparently caused by stormy weather.
In February 2020, walkers were shocked to find "millions" of sand gapers - small squid-like creatures that are also known as soft shell clams - washed up on Littlestone beach in Romney Marsh following another storm.
And in March this year, dozens of dead dogfish were discovered strewn across the shingle at Herne Bay.
Then in July, huge numbers of jellyfish were found on the county's seafronts, including a species with a nasty sting.