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Old 05-06-2009, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default NJ- Rescue group calls N.J. river a deadly spot for marine animals

Rescue group calls N.J. river a deadly spot for marine animals
by The Associated Press
Friday April 17, 2009, 8:24 PM

Rescue group calls N.J. river a deadly spot for marine animals - NJ.com
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First came a harp seal that strayed from the Sandy Hook Bay into the Shrewsbury River and died. Then came a harbor porpoise. And a loggerhead turtle. And three common dolphins, all found dead.

Still more dolphins died in August, September and October. Two harbor seals, too. All told, 17 large marine animals were found dead or dying in the Shrewsbury River over the past year. Just two survived.
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