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Posted at 05:42 PM in Wildlife | Permalink
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BP is not permitting flyovers or news to film the animals that are dying. The dolphins in the gulf are using all their time to feed, whereas usually they will be very social and play. A baby dolphin that gets milk from a parent that has ingested oil or the dispersant dies. When their baby dies, the mother dolphins don't eat and often die themselves within a few weeks. In this case, the parents might have died anyway, due to ingestion of oil, oil byproducts, or dispersants.
Kathy Jana |
July 05, 2010 at 07:09 PM
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