In Japan, more than 130 dolphins washed ashore
Employees of the Japanese Coast Guard with the support of residents hokota (Ibaraki Prefecture), in spite of the cold weather and heavy rain, assist dolphins washed ashore in the area.
Pets extremely weakened and can not independently return to the sea.
mammals ejection area stretched for 10 kilometers along the coastline - in total there are already more than 150 individuals, many of whom have deep wounds from contact with beach pebbles.
Connect the rescue operations and local surfers. Dolphins, who were found during the inspection of injuries, loaded on ships and Coast Guard released into the sea away from the shore. Wounded animals are delivered to the inspection in a specialized clinic.
The last mass emission of dolphins in Japan was recorded March 5, 2011 - then on the shore were 52 melon-headed whale.
For decades, scientists have struggled over the unraveling the causes of dolphin and whale releases to land. It is noted that the mass emissions in 90% of cases coincide with the periods of reduction of solar activity.