Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Navy sonar tests may be responsible for over 70 deep-water rough-toothed, Steno bredanensis, dolphins beaching themslves in the Florida Keys. More than 20 dolphins have died, some have been led back to the ocean, and the rest have been moved to care units.

1 comment:

aquagreen said...

NPR did a more recent report on the dolphin strandings in Florida and one answer that seemed to emerge was that the matriarch of the group was old and sick, got disoriented and led them ashore.


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