Number of dead dolphins called `unusual'

An unusually high number of dead dolphins washed ashore in Galveston and Jefferson counties has led federal officials to issue a rare declaration, calling the deaths an "unusual mortality event." At least 60 ... Read more
JJ Plantation

West Palm Beach, FL

#1 Mar 22, 2007
We pollute the ocean then wonder why these animals die.
Sammy Sosa

Pooler, GA

#2 Mar 22, 2007
People need to take more care of the ocean because we r wut killed the dolphins.
ShayLynn

United States

#3 Oct 9, 2007
we need to take care of whole world bc the ppl r the ones killing them,the ppl that go fishing dont even take care of the water when their fishing so.just think of how many sea animals u kill a year when u dont take care of it.dolphins r so cute and u ppl just dont give a shit.well i do and u need to too or u will keep killing the animals in the world.
nathaniel

Melbourne, Australia

#4 Oct 18, 2007
I'm doing an investigation on ocean pollution and I need an action plan and I can't think of one do you know one that I could use
nathaniel

Melbourne, Australia

#5 Oct 18, 2007
I'm doing an investigation on ocean pollution and I need an action plan and I can't think of one do you know one that I could use . Iknow that most of the animals are dying it's horrible.

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