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The mysterious mini-epidemic of dolphin deaths has continued as they mutilated bodies of three more have been found washed up on a Cornish beach.
Coastguard rescue officer Steve Davey described the scene on Gyllgvase beach, at Falmouth, as 'distressing.
He said they were ‘sadly, all deceased’, as investigations start into how the dolphins ended up there.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust is urging people to report any beached marine animals they find as they try to discover the threats to the species.
It comes less than a fortnight after ten dead dolphins were found on shores around the West Country in as many days, prompting fears among conservationists over the exact cause.
Pollution, trawler nets, inclement weather and jet skiers have all been cited as likely causes for the demise of these marine animals.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4163836/Three-dead-dolphins-wash-British-beach.html