Frantic Operation To Save 54 Dolphins That Washed Up On This Seashore

Frantic Operation To Save 54 Dolphins That Washed Up On This Beach

54 dolphins have been brutally attacked by different clan of dolphins in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.

La Paz, Mexico:  Twenty-one dolphins that have been apparently attacked by one other species of dolphin have died after washing up on a seashore in northern Mexico, authorities mentioned.

Environmental activists launched a frantic operation to attempt to save the dolphins after a gaggle of 54 washed up on a rocky seashore in Bahia de la Paz, in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.

They managed to get 33 of the short-beaked frequent dolphins again within the water alive, however the remaining died on the seashore, the Mexican environmental safety authority, Profepa, mentioned in an announcement.

The dolphins had chunk marks that appeared to point that they had been attacked by bottlenose dolphins, rescuers mentioned.

Regardless of their cute and pleasant status, some dolphins, together with the bottlenose, are identified to assault and even kill different dolphins.

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