Another dolphin washes ashore at Banganga in Walkeshwar

Updated: 28 November, 2015 14:12 IST | A Correspondent |

Adding to the spree of dead dolphins washing ashore, another one was found by residents of the Parvati Nagar slums at Banganga in Walkeshwar on Friday

Adding to the spree of dead dolphins washing ashore, another one was found by residents of the Parvati Nagar slums at Banganga in Walkeshwar on Friday.

Pic/Bipin Kokate

Around 10 of the marine mammals were found washed ashore at the city’s beaches this year. 

Not the first time

A dolphin had washed ashore at Marine drive in August earlier this year. The five-foot creature was spotted at 8 pm, on the rocks opposite the NCPA building. Locals informed the authorities and soon, officials from the Solid Waste Management of the A ward and the Marine Drive police reached the spot. (Read more)

Also Read: Mumbai: BMC dumps dead dolphin in trash!

First Published: 28 November, 2015 13:39 IST

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