[Coral-List] New blog post: what's turning dolphins in South Carolina into half dolphins?

David Shiffman david.shiffman at gmail.com
Fri Nov 15 08:06:15 EST 2013

Hello, everyone! As some of you have heard, the front half of a dolphin
washed up on a popular tourist beach in South Carolina a couple of weeks
ago, the second time in recent weeks that this has occurred. I interviewed
the local marine mammal stranding team, as well as local shark experts, to
investigate what happened.

The resulting blog post is now online (warning, it contains a somewhat
graphic image of half of a dolphin) .

Please read and share, and if you have any questions about the incident,
please leave them as comments on the blog post. I'll make sure that the
experts I interviewed see your questions.

Have a great weekend, all!



*David Shiffman*
*Ph.D. Student, Research Assistant,*
Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy <http://www.cesp.miami.edu/>
R.J. Dunlap Marine Conservation Program <http://rjd.miami.edu/>

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