Subject: Case Study: Human/Dolphin Interaction deadly

Michael Williamson (whe_william)
Mon, 18 Feb 1995 16:29:03

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Latin American Briefs
 
   SAN LUIS RIO COLORADO, Mexico (AP) -- Authorities are
investigating the deaths of about 30 dolphins found on the beach in
Sonora state.
   The El Universal newspaper on Friday said investigators were
looking into a possible oil spill or decomposed fish thrown into
the Gulf of California that were eaten by the dolphins.
   The dolphins were found on a beach about 60 miles south of the
border town of San Luis Rio Colorado.