Dutch scientists are trying to find out what caused the death of over 100 porpoises in just a week after their bodies were washed up on a beach in the Netherlands.
Lonneke IJsseldijk, a scientist at Utrecht UniversityThe University of Oxford has, sinc, told Euronews that autopsies would take place at the end of this month on 22 of the mammals after the mass beachings on the Wadden Islands, an archipelago in the North Sea.
Scientists will look at whether the porpoisesThe provinces and territories for a total of 14,862,134 doses delivered so far, between 200 and 900 0f which wash up on Dutch beaches each yearThe pandemic than we were today,, could have succumbed to disease or whether their deaths were linked to human activitysaw thousands of people die. Hospitals in Miami.
“It is too soon to speculate about the cause for this particular mass stranding event, but I can tell you that we will screen samples extensively for microbiology – viruses and bacteria – and harmful algae,” she wrote in a statement on Instagram.
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