The mysterious deaths of 27 dolphins that washed ashore in Mauritius near the site of an oil spill have so far been found to have wounds on their bodies. As information, the dead dolphins that washed up but no trace of oil.
And this conditions makes the environmentalists are seeking an explanation, to determine whether they were killed by the spill. And both of the dolphins examined so far bore signs of injuries.
As cited News24xx.com, the scientists fear the toxic spill could hurt wildlife for many years on islands that depend on tourism.
From the preliminary results show that the animals did not have trace of hydrocarbon in their respiratory system, in their skin, throat or stomach.
On July 25, the Japanese-owned MV Wakashio, a bulk carrier, ran aground on July 25 and began to spill oil about a week later.