In a remote farm lab far from the sea – In search of a dolphin killer

On a Pennsylvania farm 70 miles from the ocean, inside a sprawling lab facility built to treat horses and other four-legged animals, scientists are trying to solve this summer’s greatest sea mystery:  What is killing the dolphins? [email protected]  17:58

One Response to In a remote farm lab far from the sea – In search of a dolphin killer

  1. Linda Pirog Mazeski says:

    My hypothesis on the dolphin deaths is the brown algae bloom that was responsible for the deaths of manatees in the ICW and St. John’s River in the Fl. waters. I read that even after the bloom is gone, the toxin still remains. The bloom also affected the shellfish, sea grass, and the general fish populations in the entire Mosquito Lagoon.

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