How to help dolphins stranded in the middle of Florida beach by animal crossing divers
More than 40 dolphins stranded along Florida’s Outer Banks in the last two weeks have been spotted by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), according to an announcement on Friday.
More than 40 dolphin stranded along the Outer Banks of Florida have been seen by the HSUS.
“We have documented these stranded dolphins in shallow water, which is what you see in the photo of them,” Hsu said.
“These are not isolated, and we have seen them before.”
More than 100 of the stranded dolphins were found along the Florida Keys and the beaches of Miami-Dade County on Saturday, according to the HSUs release.
“These dolphins have been in the water for weeks, and they’ve been completely without food, water, and other assistance,” said HSUS president and CEO Marcy Steiner.
“This is an incredible tragedy for the dolphins and their caretakers, but it also shows how seriously we take the plight of dolphins when they’re in distress.”
According to the Humane Societies website, there are no designated sanctuaries or designated areas in the Outer Islands for the captive animals.
“To the extent that these animals can be saved, they are in dire need of immediate care and protection from predators,” Steiner said.
“If we don’t have a place for them, these animals will likely die.
It’s really a tragic situation.”
Dolphins are considered to be one of the most vulnerable animals on the planet.
The HSUS says their habitats are extremely fragile and that they suffer from “disempowerment, degradation, and death due to pollution, overexploitation, and the overuse of marine animals as food, shelter, and recreation resources.”
Dolphin advocates have been calling for the introduction of sanctuary facilities in the US since 2006, when they were first banned from the mainland.
Since then, many countries have implemented their own animal-welfare laws, which have helped to protect the animals from the abuses they face in captivity.
In 2013, the HSU announced it would begin work on a new project to help rescue and rehabilitate dolphins in the United Kingdom and Europe.