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People have tried to do is to drag the dolphins back into the sea, but many individuals will be returned.
More than 130 dolphins have died on an island beach, from West Africa last week, a mysterious mass stranding of whales on an event that has left experts amazed as they investigate the cause of this.
Locals and tourists alike can be found around the 163-melon-headed dolphins are stranding themselves on a beach on the island of Boa Vista, the BIOS, and Cape Verde, as a member of the environment and society, ” he wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.
GEORGIA TO THE BEACH TO SAVE THE WHALES, A MASS STRANDING ON THE COAST, WILDLIFE OFFICIALS SAY
Hundreds of volunteers are trying to drag the mammals to the sea. In spite of their best efforts, many returned to the shore, where they died.
The Bulldozers buried it 136 dead dolphin on the beach.
The scientists, from the BIOS, and took the monsters of the 50’s, dolphins, and froze four of carcasses for necropsy, the group wrote on Friday.
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An official with the organisation told a local news outlet, OPAIS, on Saturday, there was no “good explanation” for the deaths.
The Spanish veterinary, University of Las Palmas in the Canary Islands of Spain is due to expire in the next few days to carry out tests on the brains.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.