More than 40 dolphins die in Mozambique beaching

Mon Oct 30, 12:54 PM ET Dozens of bottle-nosed dolphins have died after beaching themselves on a remote Mozambique coastline, mystifying environmentalists who say mass beachings are very rare in the area.

“It’s very unusual but even when one or two are beached you very rarely find the cause of death,” Peter Best of the mammal research institute at the University of Pretoria said on Monday. Witnesses said 47 dolphins came onshore on Bazaruto Island off mainland Mozambique early on Saturday.

Rescuers managed to return six of them to the water. Scientists do not know why large groups of dolphins or whales occasionally beach themselves in different parts of the world.

Nick Raba, a member of Eyes on the Horizon, a group of citizens who help police fishery laws in the area, was one of the first people to arrive at the scene. “There wasn’t a marking on them, no signs of disease, and not fishing nets wrapped around them. Something very strange has gone wrong,” he said. “This is quite a shock.” About 21 whales and dolphins have been reported to have beached themselves this year in South Africa.

dolphins and whales beach themselves because man-made frequencies which are aimed at them in a world=wide coordinated cetacean genocide program are so painful and horrendous to them that they must exit the water a.s.a.p. for releif and a slow death. that seems to be preferrable action to them, as you all probably know.

.may the universal justice that pervades our freewill sector enact it’s justice on the perps who carried out this act of war. we say “no” to these actions!

they have towers underwater as well as mobile subs which carry out these diabolical orders. orgonite eliminates these killing frequencies apparently. i hope the indian ocean can be concentrated on soon to put an end to

these atrocities. they need a supply of orgonite now.

Bazaruto Island was the end point of our first ocean gifting tour. We keft quite a few dolphin cups around the island but obviously not enough to prevent this.

It’s similar to the 300+ dolphins that got killed near Zanzibar a few months ago.

must get on a boat soon.

Strangely or not so strangely our water gifting plans have consistently been blocked by strange coincidences.

So, the planned tour from Durban via Cape Town to Walvis Bay in Namibia was cancelled due to technical problems with the ship. That would have covered some 3500 km South African coast line.

What we’ve done so far is basically the strip between Durban and Bazaruto, aprox 1500 km. We dropped 1 dolphin cup every 10 km on that stretch, which is a beginning but not enough obviously.

Georg

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