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STRANDING: THE SEARCH FOR A REAL SOLUTION

【摘要】Mass strandings of animals as intelligent as whales and dolphins are hard to deal with on an emotional level. Though they breathe air through lungs like any mammal, cetaceans slowly suffocate when they are out of water.A recent stranding of 13 pilot whales in Donegal on the west coast of Ireland in July highlighted this issue when, according to reports, some of the whales may have taken four days to die.Thankfully, in Britain there is a highly organised network of scientists and conservationists that reacts instantly to any reports of either single or multiple strandings. British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) spearheads any efforts to refloat live dolphins, using the best-placed members of its 3,000-strong volunteer recruits (see box, P55).

【期刊名称】 BBC Wildlife

【作者】JAMES FAIR;

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【年(卷),期】2014(32),10

【年度】2014

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【总页数】2

【原文格式】PDF

【正文语种】eng

【中图分类】Q95;

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