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The carcass of a dolphin, one of several beached along the Lingayen Gulf, is prepared for burial at the Fish Cemetry in Dagupan City yesterday morning. At right, Bureau of Fisheries and aquatic Resources-National Integrated Fisheries Technology and Development Center (BFAR-NIFTDC) Chief Westly Rosario (left) and his assistant care for one of the wounded dolphins rescued and transferred into a chlorella tank.
Riñoza, J. (2015, January 28). Beached dolphins, Manila Bulletin p. 13.
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