615 Dead Dolphins Discovered on Peruvian Coast, acoustic tests for oil to blame?

615 Dead Dolphins Discovered on Peruvian Coast, acoustic tests for oil to blame?

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Researchers from ORCA Peru and BlueVoice.org have discovered 615 dead dolphins along a 135km stretch of the coast of Peru, according to a statement from BlueVoice. While the research, sanctioned by the Peruvian Ecological Police has not determined a definitive cause for the horrific “Unexplained Mortality Event”, Dr. Yaipen Llanos of Orca Peru fears that the fatalities may have been caused by sonic blasts used in oil exploration…

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615 Dead Dolphins Discovered on Peruvian Coast, Oil Exploration Thought to be Responsible

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