Dolphin strandings increase along Southern California coast

Dolphin strandings increase along Southern California coast

Experts are trying to determine the cause of an increase in dolphin strandings along the Southern California coast. The Pacific Marine Mammal Center said it has responded to six beached dolphins in February. PMMC’s team are yet to determine the reason for the same and have said potential causes ’include, but are not limited to, viral infections, bacterial infections, and toxins’.

KCooper
KCooper
StrangeCalibur
StrangeCalibur 1 year

THE END IS COMING!!!!!

beanie weaine
beanie weaine 1 year

Definitely not all that Fukushima radiation.

Obvy.
Obvy. 1 year

dipshits with camera phones probably isnt it this time.

Sophia Raza
Sophia Raza 1 year

So it could be the toxic algae. If so, where did it originate from, what is causing it to thrive, and how can we stop it from growing and reproducing?

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

Put up a dolphin wall!!!!

Ralph
Ralph 1 year

changing magnetic fields as the poles shift every year. we can recalibrate instruments, dolphins can't. the poles have shifted quite a lot over the past 100 years.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

this is further proof of global warming

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