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Once Again, Beachgoers Take Selfies With Dying Baby Dolphin Instead Of Offering Help

This needs to stop! On Tuesday, Equinac — a non-profit organization dedicated to saving marine life — shared a shocking post on its Facebook page about the death of a baby dolphin in Mojácar, Spain. According to the group, the young mammal beached itself on shore most likely because it was ill, or because it was separated [...]
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