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A new report indicates that snowmelt entering the Gulf of Mexico is the culprit for the mass infant dolphin stranding in early 2011.
Janet McConnaughey, Associated Press /
July 20, 2012
Surges of snowmelt pouring into the Gulf of Mexico may have been a final stress affecting when and where 86 baby dolphins were aborted or died shortly after birth in early 2011, researchers say.