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29 March 2000 Issue
Cetacean Story Follow-up

SUDDEN MASS DOLPHIN AND WHALE STRANDINGS in the Bahamas beginning on March 14 have coincided with nearby U.S. Navy acoustical tests -- including low frequency active sonar (LFAS). Evidence of a connection between such tests and a rash of worldwide strandings has been growing, and such esteemed organizations as the Natural Resources Defense Counsel (NRDC) and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) have joined a lawsuit already underway in trying to get the Navy to stop these highly risky and apparently illegal activities. Source: BSANDOZ@aol.com 

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