Friday, April 19, 2024

Mammals wash ashore in Bay Street

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Local marine officials were from morning trying their best to return some mammals back into the ocean.
The mammals washed ashore at Burke’s Beach, nearby the Aquatic Club in Bay Street, St Michael early today.
Marine Biologist Andre Miller told NATIONNEWS that this type of mammal was considered an endangered species.
Miller said it was rare for the mammals to come so close to shore, adding there were a number of reasons that this would have occurred.
He said sickness or climate change and a loss of direction were among the reasons.(CM)
We will update readers on this story throughout the day.
 

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