Sep 15, 2013

gray-whales-ashore-dead-dying-russia-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationRUSSIA – The remains of 10 gray whales have been found by a team of Russian scientists during an aerial survey between Sept. 1-8 in Russia’s most northeasterly region, Chukotka, which is considered the “Arctic Coast”.

Ria Novosti reports:

Stanislav Belikov, head of marine wildlife conservation at the All-Russian Research Institute for Nature Protection, said the 10 marine mammals had washed up on the 800-kilometer (500-mile) stretch of the coast.

“This is quite a few, especially considering that six of these whales were washed ashore within a coastal area of 120 kilometers. They were possibly wounded by hunters or attacked by killer whales. We also shouldn’t rule out the possibility of a disease. In any case, reasons for this incident should be investigated,” Belikov said.

What’s worse, according to the Marine Mammal Council, is that the number of dead gray whales could actually be higher because not all of them end up washing ashore.