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Scientists probe fatal stranding of dolphins - Five northern right whale dolphins found dead on Santa Rosa Island


May 24, 2009 9:21 AM

The director of veterinary science of the Marine Mammal Center lead a team conducting necropsies on three of five northern right whale dolphins found fatally stranded on Santa Rosa Island about 35 miles southwest of Santa Barbara,



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