615 Dead Dolphins on Beach in Peru


Picture taken by Hardy Jones March 28, 2012 Peru

                          HORRIFIC DOLPHIN MORTALITY NORTH COAST OF PERU
“I arrived here yesterday, Tuesday 3/28. In that one day we found 615 dead dolphins on 135 kilometers of beach north of San Jose, Peru. This tragedy is unspeakable. BlueVoice is working with Dr. Carlos Yaipen Llanos of ORCA Peru. Tissue samples have been obtained and will be analyzed. Never heard of this level of UME. This must be investigated. We have video and stills for the media. If you have media contacts have them email me at hardyjones@bluevoice.org.”(Hardy Jones)
This action alert is via Hardy Jones of Blue Voice.org. At this time there is no evidence as to why this Unusual Mortality event has occurred. Help is needed to get to the cause of why 615 dolphins have died on the coast near San Jose, Peru. If you are media, or can shed any light on this tragic event  please email Hardy Jones at hardyjones@bluevoice.org.

 

Hardy Jones has updated his blog on this EMU in Peru http://bluevoice.org/blog.php

13 thoughts on “615 Dead Dolphins on Beach in Peru

  1. The organization on the beach – ORCA Peru – under the guidance of Dr. Yaipen contends the mass deaths are from injuries brought about by seismic/sonar airguns. The only use of these airguns for mapping of potential marine drilling sites for oil and exploration (sold by the government marine leases)is by BPZ’s geophysical subcontractor pulsing the marine area. Long-beaked Dolphins congregate in the area. They are shallow water mammals. They live to be 40 years old, except now for their dead in Peru. At some point scientists, American mostly, must stop the mis-information and mis-direction and accept what the fact pattern belies – cets are being murdered by military and oil exploration. The International Association of Geophysical Contractors comprises 140 companies at any time anywhere from 55 to 30 vessels are dragging airguns to map where pockets of oil and gas are into Earth’s crust under the seas. Some of these vessels drag 48 guns at a time pulsing every 10 seconds. This in relationship to a human is a nutcase driving through your neighborhood blowing up powerful dynamite at every family’s doorstep.

    • Kirsten and I are sorry for failing to address your well documented comment We are in total agreement with you. Further we appreciate the additional information about which we are ill informed, specifically the following verifies that, “The International Association of Geophysical Contractors comprises 140 companies at any time anywhere from 55 to 30 vessels are dragging airguns to map where pockets of oil and gas are into Earth’s crust under the seas. Some of these vessels drag 48 guns at a time pulsing every 10 seconds.” Your final hammer of equating it to dropping dynamite on every house in a neighborhood is an appropriate analogy. Ed Johnson

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  3. The latest number is 3000, it is unimaginable. 3000 dead dolphins washed ashore, this warrants international investigation as it is the largest unusual mortality even in decades. There was some sort of new experimental 3D seismic survey going on in the area by oil and gas company. “A new 3D seismic survey has been under way for a month on offshore block Z-1, and should be completed during 2Q 2012, followed by a period of processing and interpretation.”

  4. Check for radiation or poisoning from Nuclear energy. – Specifically related to Fukushima Nuclear Plant Meltdown, guaranteed.

  5. They all died in the same short period of time, so my guess is that there has been naval activity. One can exclude a virus or bacteria. The specific intense frequency of the naval sonar is not similar to the normal sonar frequencies used by trawlers and other civil vessels, and it gives all the sonar-navigating mammals in a certain radius an instant stroke which leaves them helpless. Compare it with the results of a human stroke: These patients cannot act normal anymore: They are put to bed and need help in practically every way. So we only notice the dolphins that are brought to the beaches by the currents of the oceans because they cannot navigate or even swim normally. Other “attacked” and injured animals disappaer forever without being noticed by us……

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