11 May 2006

Hundreds of Dolphins dead

Hundreds of dolphins washed up on the shores of Zanzibar at the beginning of May. Scientists are still baffled but suspect it may have something to do with the very low tide, red algae poisoning or Sonar Bursts originating from US Navy patrols. For more info visit national geographic Hundreds of Dolphins dead


At 7:27 PM, Blogger Margaret said...

Have they found the cause of these tragedy? I remember reading in our news a few months ago that this had happened and our news never followed up on the story. Great blog by the way - someday I hope to do a dive in SA.


At 11:06 AM, Blogger Armand Rousso said...

It is always a tragedy when seeing loads of animals dying and moreover, we don't know the real reason.
But I think that there must be some environmental reasons.

Armand Rousso

At 3:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is very disappointing, loads of deaths, in fact probably more than 98% of deaths caused by humans harm all of the cetaceans. Think of it this is coming from a 13 year old when there is 35year olds who still don't know right from wrong.
ask me, im prepared


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