70 dead sea turtles cast ashore in Chigasaki Kanagawa / Environmental group “Unusually many but don’t know why”

70 dead sea turtles cast ashore in Chigasaki Kanagawa / Environmental group "Unusually many but don't know why"

According to Kanagawa Coastal Environmental Foundation, unusual number of dead sea turtles are cast ashore in Chigasaki Kanagawa.

By the morning of 7/4/2013, 70 dead bodies of the sea turtles were found, which is unusually many.

The rate of loggerhead turtle is high. They assume the dead turtles are the ones to come alongside the pier.

The beach is where sea turtles come to lay eggs.

The dead bodies had been reduced almost to a skeleton. It has been quite a long time since they died.

The reason is not verified.


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70 cadavres de tortues marines drossées sur le sable à Chigasaki Kanagawa / Un groupe de protection : “Inhabituellement nombreuses mais on ne sait pas pourquoi”


70 dead sea turtles cast ashore in Chigasaki Kanagawa / Environmental group "Unusually many but don't know why"

Selon la Kanagawa Coastal Environmental Foundation, un nnombre inhabituel de cadavres de tortues marines se sont échouées sur les rivages de Chigasaki dans Kanagawa.

Au matin du 4 juillet 2013, on a trouvé 70 cadavres de tortues marines, ce qui est inhabituel.
Les tortues caouanes ne sont pas rares. Ils pensent que les cadavres sont ceux de celles venant le long de la jetée.
La plage est celle où ces tortues marines viennent pondre.
Les cadavres étaient pratiquement réduits à l’état de squelettes. Elles sont mortes il y a assez longtemps.
La raison en est inconnue.

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