Ninety-five fake dolphins were known whales dead stranded in the United States recorded on a coast in Everglades National Park in South Florida found this weekend in the largest mass. Subsidence occurs when marine mammals are trapped on Earth and often die of dehydration.
Researchers at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration said they had found 81 dead dolphins, and when they arrived on Monday for the remote shore called Porpoise Point in Monroe County. Ten had to be sacrificed by veterinarians because of their irreparable critical condition.
Like many other marine mammals in the United States, fake orcas are marked monitored electronically. Thirteen of the dolphins remained untold since Tuesday afternoon.
Monroe Country is on the island of Key West is located 165 miles southwest of Miami.
The brutal scene was discovered by a spectator, the United States Coast Guard warned Saturday afternoon. A team of researchers from the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Commission for the Conservation of Florida Wildlife at the crime scene were After the Coast Guard fly the sinking confirmed about it. But their living dolphins were again in vain in the water on Saturday and Sunday found efforts to wear because of the mangroves and they are thick.
"Once in place, the response team tried to collect some of the live whales to swim freely in deeper waters, but in the end did not fail with these efforts," Blair Mase, a representative of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
A local boat captain told local reporters he believed the dolphins died after being overtaken by the tide and physically pulled ashore. Biologists and respond National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, said a definitive answer to the cause of the incident after the tour would have more forensic evidence of the scene.
Some dolphins are fake orcas named for their resemblance to orcas. They are the fourth largest species of dolphin and can, from 15 to 20 meters in length and weigh up to 1,500 pounds.