Not much hope for stranded dolphin

  • Nation
  • Friday, 20 Mar 2015

Students at UMS looking after the dolphin

Sabah Wildlife Department assistant director Dr Sen Nathan said the mammal was believed to have suffered from chronic bacterial, virus or parasitic infection.

“That’s what made it too weak to go against the currents causing it to be stranded in the shallow areas,” he said.

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