[Ed. – Trump?]
Scientists are puzzled by a disturbing trend in the waters along four Gulf Coast states.
Almost 300 dead and dying dolphins have washed ashore since February. …
[F]rom Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle, coastline residents keep seeing a dolphin die-off.
They’re all bottlenose dolphins, which live closest to shore. Many were adults. The single-day record is nine.
Last week, NOAA’s Marine Mammal Stranding Program – which Fougeres oversees — designated this die-off an Unusual Mortality Event, or UME.