Dolphins Killed by Fishermen, Peru

Dolphins Killed by Fishermen, Peru

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Credit: WESLEY BOCXE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Dolphins lay dead on a pier after being captured by fishermen. Pucusana, Peru. Many dolphins are killed each year after being unintentionally captured, usually by seine fishing for tuna and the use of drift and gill nets.

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