More than 100 dead dolphins have been recovered from the Bay of Sepetiba, a beach near Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, in the last month, and scientists are puzzled. Under normal circumstances, about five corpses are usually found monthly, mostly because of overfishing, pollution or illegal hunting. The bay is surrounded by shipyards, ports and residential buildings. But the explanation of this tragedy is still unknown.

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