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MIAMI, April 16 (UPI) — Four more dead dolphins have been found in
shallow Gulf of Mexico waters off the coast of the Florida Panhandle,
federal wildlife officials said.
The total number of dead dolphins found since March 10 is 108, the
Orlando Sentinel reported Friday.
The most recent dolphin was found Wednesday near the tip of the St.
Joseph Peninsula near Apalachicola, Fla. The other three were found
in the same general area in the last week.
Officials had found another 103 Dolphins during an 18-day period in
March and another in the interim between the two outbreaks.
“We thought it was over, but we have been receiving a few more
animals here and there,” said Blair Mase, fisheries stranding
coordinator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The deaths are being blamed on a neurotoxin released by red tide
algae, but so far no red tide algae has been found in the area.
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