Numerous dolphins stranded on Cape Cod

Posted on January 24th, 2012 No Comments

The Cape Cod criminal defense lawyer, James Powderly, has learned that more than 85 dolphins have stranded themselves in a shallow area of water near Cape Cod.

The cause behind the beached dolphins remains a mystery and rescue workers are trying their hardest to save as many dolphins as they can. According to the International Fund for Animal Welfare, this amount of stranded dolphins is extremely high for one time and usually is recorded throughout an entire year.

The areas of Wellfleet and Eastham were the main locations of the beachings, which has been rising by the day. By the time workers were able to reach the dolphins, 50 of them were already dead. They have been able to save 35 of them as of now, releasing them back into the Atlantic ocean and are hoping to save more as the days go on. To stay up to date on local Cape Cod news, please visit the Cape Cod Times.


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