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Bottlenose dolphin found dead on Avalon shore, sparks controversy over wind farms [Video]

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AVALON, New Jersey (WPVI) — A bottlenose dolphin was found dead Monday evening near 50th Street in Avalon, New Jersey.

This incident is the latest in a string of marine life that’s died at the Jersey shore this winter.

“He was a good weight. We really don’t know why he washed in,” said Sheila Dean, director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, New Jersey.

The center responded on Tuesday morning and removed the dolphin. So far, it’s not clear what caused its death.

A necropsy, an autopsy performed on animals, will take place Wednesday. Experts said the results will come back in a few weeks.

However, officials with the Marine Mammal Stranding Center said that because of the recent warm weather, more bottlenose dolphins are hanging around.

“The whale watch boats tell us that the dolphins are here earlier this year than they’ve seen them before. Usually we’ll see them in April,” noted …

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