More than 100 dolphins washed ashore in New Zealand and died

The tragedy was reported by the diver and photographer Sam Wilde, who is currently on the islands. According to him

the animals were said to have thrown themselves out on the northern beach of the main island of Chatham. Wilde noted that it was a terrifying scene.

Rescue services that arrived at the siteaccident, found 97 dead black dolphins and three more bottlenose dolphins. The other 26 animals were alive, but they had to be euthanized, as they had been on land for too long and could not return to the sea.

The reasons for this behavior of black dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are now being investigated.

Earlier, the death of 150 dolphins was recorded off the coast of Stewart Island, located in the south of New Zealand.

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