877 Dead Dolphins Found On Beaches / by

Don't worry, your beach is safe...that's if you don't live in Peru. A massive 877 dead dolphins have washed ashore on many beaches along Peru's coast within a two month span and officials there cannot seem to figure out what the cause is.

A lot of the beaches are closed until the cause is known about what's killing the dolphins. They believe that it could be a virus within the dolphins, some sort of infection or the recent seismic oil exploration that has been going on there. Check out the article below.

From February to April, a 2-month span, 877 dead dolphins and porpoises have been found on the beaches of northern Peru. The problem? No one knows why. It could be a virus. It could be an infection. It could be seismic oil exploration. It could be air guns. It could be nothing? It's probably not nothing. 

Though mass dolphin deaths do happen around the world from time to time, the number of deaths in Peru have been "particularly high". 

Deputy Environment Minister Gabriel Quijandria thinks it might be a virus saying that's the "most probably hypothesis" but others are pointing the finger at seismic oil exploration because from February 8th to April 8th (nearly the same time frame as the dolphin deaths), BPZ Energy has been using a ship to fire compressed air toward the ocean floor to analyze the region. 

Could the heavy and frequent shots of air be negatively affecting the dolphin population? They don't know. Research of the dolphin disaster is expected to conclude next week. (GIZMODO)

That is some 2012 type shit. Remember in the movie how massive quantities of birds started dying and falling from the sky? Oh lord Jesus (in my Sweet Brown voice)! I hope they figure out the cause soon.