I don’t like sharing this type of Ocean News, but I use it to take the chance to educate on why Marine Mammals get stranded.
No one enjoys seeing whales and dolphins get stranded. It’s a sad site. Last weekend’s mass stranding of 650 pilot whales of the northern coast of South Island in New Zealand is no different. However, it’s a good chance to take the time to tell you why marine mammals get stranded.
In this episode, I tell you what happened this past weekend; why strandings happen in this part of the world so much; and, how people responded to it.
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Links Mentioned in this Episode
- More than 650 pilot whales have beached themselves along a 5 kilometer (3 mile) stretch of coastline over two days on Farewell Spit at the tip of the South Island.
- New Zealand has one of the highest stranding rates in the world. On average, about 300 dolphins and whales strand each year.
- Project Jonah is a registered charity. We exist for one simple reason – marine mammals desperately need our help. Our vision is to create a world where these animals are respected and protected. And to achieve this we need your support.
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