i'm not sure if anyone already posted this. but this was rather disturbing. www2.nbc17.com...
over 600 dophins washed up on shore around 3/31/12 off the coast of peru. the article seems to imply that a few thousand actually have landed on the
shore over a course of time. has anyone else received news feed regarding this odd activity? mass deaths of animals are always disturbing, but deaths
of so many large body mammals...
I have seen and read much about this in the past few months. It seems that they have been illegally fished and cut open out at sea, and their damaged
carcases thrown overboard and are washing up on the beaches. However, this may not tell the whole story.
the picture is very disturbing, like someone cut and ripped something out. i can't say if all the dolphins washed up on shore like that. i'm not
sure why this is not getting any more coverage. bet you if even 50 dolphins washed up on shore in florida/california/virginia, it would grab more
attention. this seems very specific.
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