NOAA stranding expert: Dolphin carcasses are washing up daily — “At least two on Tuesday in Louisiana”


Sea turtle deaths up along Gulf, joining dolphin trend, MSNBC, March 29, 2011:

As of Monday night, scientists counted 136 bottlenose dolphin carcasses found since mid-January along the shores of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, almost half of them newly born or stillborn infants.

And [Blair Mase, NOAA's stranding coordinator for the Southeast] noted that "we're still in the response phase" since carcasses are washing up daily, including at least two on Tuesday in Louisiana.

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