Virginia Beach, Va. – A handful of dolphin strandings have been reported so far in 2014, according to the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center.
Mark Swingle, Director of Research and Conservation says the five they’ve seen this year is actually fewer than what they typically see this time of year.
During 2013, more than 320 dolphins washed up dead in Virginia during an Unusual Mortality Event that stretched from New Jersey to Florida.
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