Biologists and volunteers carry a dead Atlantic bottlenose dolphin on a Virginia beach. The mammal is among the more than 1,560 dolphins killed by an outbreak of morbillivirus since 2013. The outbreak officially reached the Keys this week.
Biologists and volunteers carry a dead Atlantic bottlenose dolphin on a Virginia beach. The mammal is among the more than 1,560 dolphins killed by an outbreak of morbillivirus since 2013. The outbreak officially reached the Keys this week. VIRGINIA AQUARIUM AND MARINE SCIENCE CENTER Via KEYSET.COM
Biologists and volunteers carry a dead Atlantic bottlenose dolphin on a Virginia beach. The mammal is among the more than 1,560 dolphins killed by an outbreak of morbillivirus since 2013. The outbreak officially reached the Keys this week. VIRGINIA AQUARIUM AND MARINE SCIENCE CENTER Via KEYSET.COM

Deadly morbillivirus outbreak reaches the Keys

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