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Author Topic: Thousands upon thousands of dead fish, seals, sea lions, dolphins, pelicans and lobsters: Business as usual on planet Earth  (Read 76 times)

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Thousands upon thousands of dead fish, seals, sea lions, dolphins, pelicans and lobsters: Business as usual on planet Earth

The Huffington Post reported on Wednesday; Hundreds of dead sea birds and sea lions washing up on beaches in California, America.

Since April, dying marine animals and birds have been washing up en masse on the shores of Southern California's beaches.

The Ventura County Star reported that dozens of sick or dead sea lions had been spotted in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.

Several other dying or dead animals, including loons, pelicans and even dolphins had also been found.

Elaine Ibarra, who works with the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network, told CBS Los Angeles that hundreds of seabirds, including pelicans and loons, have died in Southern California in recent weeks. It's the worst seabird die-off in the area that she's ever seen, she said.

Red tide is thought to be the reason for the deaths...

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