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ContributorNetwork - Large numbers of bottlenose dolphin carcasses are washing up on shore along the coasts of Mississippi and Alabama leading scientists and researches scrambling to find out why. Since Jan. 1, an abnormally high number of stillborn and infant bottlenose dolphins have washed up on shore. That number could soon beat out the 89 total from all of last year. Additionally, adult dolphin carcasses have been found as well, with only one being a different species. In this past week alone, 24 baby dolphins have been found and now the total count is 67.
In a few more years the Gulf of Mexico will be so dead, it won't be good for anything but oil drilling, and then all state and federal restrictions will be eliminated; and that was the whole idea to begin with. Those oil barons sure are a clever class of entrepreneur.
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