WDCS say Navy Sonar “smoking Gun” In Whale And Dolphin Strandings

A new scientific publication, co-authored by WDCS, has concluded a strong link between naval mid-frequency sonar and whale and dolphin strandings.

Following the highly unusual mass stranding of over 20 common dolphins in Cornwall, the paper, entitled “Navy sonar and cetaceans: Just how much does the gun need to smoke before we act?” is a timely reminder of the large number of whale and dolphin strandings across the globe which occur coincident with naval exercises.

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