Wednesday, February 24, 2021

More Massive Die-Off Of Whales And Dolphins

Latest massive whales and dolphin die-off are signs of solar storm, magnetic pole shift and waning magnetosphere

The bodies of about 100 dead dolphins have been found on an island off the coast of Mozambique.

Eighty-six more carcasses were found on Bazaruto Island, north of the capital Maputo, on Tuesday, after a first group was washed ashore on Sunday.

Is this 3rd cetacean mass die-off a direct sign of the magnetic pole shift and waning magnetosphere? Or could it be linked to the current solar storm?

For scientists, the cause of the deaths is still unknown. More experts are heading to the site.

Last week’s Cyclone Guambe caused unrest in the waters off the island of Bazaruto, the head of inspection at the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, Tom├ís Manasse, said.

He added that dolphins are known to follow their leader to shore when they are in danger.

The autopsy did not conclusively find problems with the skin, tongue or intestines, he said, however, more samples have been sent to a laboratory in Maputo.

Many recent mass strandings of cetaceans worldwide

At least 52 among dozens of short-finned pilot whales stranded on a beach in Indonesia’s East Java province died on February 19, 2021.

In this case, officials suspect that a whale in the school was injured or sick, so the rest were following and guarding it. They ended up stranded until 52 were found dead on this sad morning.

A day after, in New zealand, a pod of 49 long-finned pilot whales was discoveredat Farewell Spit. By mid-afternoon 9 of the whales from the pod were declared dead.


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