Dolphin found stranded in Indonesia because of allegedly marine pollution

7th October, 2021.      //   Climate Change  // 

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An Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin was found stranded on Jambak Sand Beach in Padang, Indonesia, on Saturday night (October 2). The animal, which was 3 meters long and weighed approximately 200 Kilos, was immediately buried to avoid contamination and the spread of diseases among residents. A resident named Yose said: “We suspect that these dolphins died due to marine pollution. The dolphin had no injuries”.

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