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163 dolphins mysteriously washed up in Cape Verde

More than 100 dolphins washed up and died on this beach in Cape Verde, despite efforts to save them. But why did this happen? Here are several possible causes.

10/09/2019 1:28 PM

113 comments

  • Annette M.
    04/26/2020 18:23

    G so very sad

  • Suman D.
    11/12/2019 06:42

    Most of the Sea Creatures especially, Whales , Dolphins, Sharks , even Migratory Birds they follow the Earths' Electromagnetic fields that escapes through weak spots both on Land and Sea beds ! Sometimes due to Aurora Borealis the Magnetic fields get disrupted and thus the animals , birds and aquatic creatures move to the shores and die ! The Movie "The Core" have shown vivid description on the effect of our Planet's Plates , Mantle and core! In the other hand Yes, The sonar radiation in built in Ships and Submarines are mostly made of Infra Red Radiation which along with the Electromagnetic radiation cause lot of disturbance for the Aquatic animals to lose track of the deeper side of the ocean rather than forcing every other animals to the shores ! Those aquatic animals having Hard Shell or Exoskeleton has minimal effects of these cocktail or Mixture of Electromagnetic radiation(s)!

  • Sakil A.
    11/07/2019 19:01

    Amazing people of earth!! Huge respect

  • Ramesh V.
    11/07/2019 15:35

    So sad this is global changes how humans r dangerous to our planet

  • Chad V.
    11/05/2019 11:54

    so whats the update

  • Nasseem M.
    11/05/2019 07:00

    Very sad. Save the innocents beautiful creatures the dolphins ....

  • Charles L.
    11/04/2019 06:37

    Bad omen

  • Rajmohan P.
    11/04/2019 03:42

    It’s nature. We humans also will die in thousands soon if we don’t check pollution now

  • Naveen P.
    11/04/2019 02:42

    It is navigational errors...two reasons...1 sonar waves...and too deep and sudden surface

  • Sheraz R.
    10/26/2019 17:33

    I think we as a human being are not deserved to be on earth 😡🙏🏻

  • Anand À.
    10/25/2019 07:41

    I have some explanation...I think the reason behind this has connection with cargo ships and global trade routes.. 1.Watch this video about noise pollution in ocean 👉 https://youtu.be/t0DHEldqfIc 2.see this image of maritime traffic around world👉https://help.marinetraffic.com/hc/en-us/articles/204103758-What-exactly-is-the-Density-Map-Layer- Near cape verde,maritime traffic is high..so that means increased sound pollution around those area.. So the dolphins around this area are victims of noise pollution all the time and they can not communicate amidst the noise.so the dolphins choose to put an end to their miserable life by finding nearby land and suicide themselves.

  • Anil G.
    10/19/2019 16:06

    Please let we solution on this coz in India (Goa) we r pay 300rs for dolphins trip were we can't see one

  • Abdul W.
    10/19/2019 04:18

    So sad

  • Jastine R.
    10/18/2019 12:49

    human is to much harmful for the lives of marines life how sad that human is the cause of all these

  • Alexis M.
    10/18/2019 00:51

    Some dolphins wash ashore because they r sick n if u put them back in the ocean they may get others diseases or sick its best not the touch them as much as possible just keep them moist n wait for the right people to arrive idk if thats wat happened here but just in case i dont think they should b doing that

  • Anmol P.
    10/17/2019 06:34

    😰😰😰😰

  • Haramohan M.
    10/16/2019 17:49

    If this goes on , then one day this will become our fate.

  • Rathnakar S.
    10/16/2019 16:19

    Please save natural resources in the world.humans deshtroying the natur their self purposes.the animals accentiol to the human lifes

  • Mujeeb U.
    10/16/2019 07:23

    this is happen ..only because humans,,,, nature always get effected because of us ,,,,,for all human beings wait for a nature waaaaar ,,,you will be washed out ''''''

  • Manish P.
    10/16/2019 03:31

    Thanos was always right

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