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Dolphins stabbed/shot in the Gulf

Written by Tursiops. Posted in Cetacean Studies

One or more people in the gulf are killing dolphins. They’ve been found shot, stabbed and mutilated. To read the full story, click here.

To our readers who live or work in the Gulf of Mexico: If you see anyone interacting with marine mammals please report it!

“Tips can be made anonymously by calling DMR’s Marine Patrol dispatch at 523-4134 day or night, the IMMS dolphin line at 1-888-767-3657 or NOAA at 1-800-853-1964.”

Some people out there do some truly ignorant things.

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