These fish are thought to be bonito.
The FWC says it's nothing to worry about.
"There's no reason for alarm with just a handful of fish here and there, when fishes wash up on our beaches in large numbers that is a cause of concern and our agency will investigate that, but this particular incident doesn't appear to be above any threshold that would cause alarm," said FWC Marine Biologist Thomas Reinert.
If you see fish wash up in large numbers, you can call the Marine Fish Kill hot line at 1-800-636-0511.
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