Indian River Lagoon’s Dolphins May Face Increased Risk of Choking to Death: A Study

Nature World News: With Florida's Indian River Lagoon (IRL) earning a reputation as a dolphin graveyard, researchers recently published an examination on one of the threats facing the area's dolphins. The IRL comprises 40 percent of the Florida coastline and is the most biodiverse estuary in the United States. Moreover, it is home to a group of approximately 700 dolphins that never venture outside of lagoon. Because of multiple single cases of asphyxiation in dolphins caused by fish lodged in the esophagus being......

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