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Twenty dolphins were found dead this weekend on a beach of Istanbul ( Turkey ) located on the Black Sea. Experts come to wonder if their deaths could be related to the war in Ukraine .

A volunteer of an animal assist NGO found the dolphin bodies on a beach of Agaçli, in the north of Istanbul , and alerted the authorities, reports the Turkish NTV channel. The gendarmerie took away the remains of the animals to determine the cause of their deaths.

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The war in Ukraine in question?

"The shores on the other side of the Black Sea is a war zone. Did they die because of the chemicals in the water? It is necessary to determine the cause, "said the volunteer, with reference to the part of Ukraine which borders the Black Sea. "We have been observed for a month an extraordinary increase in the number of dolphins found dead" in this area, said the Turkish Foundation of Maritime Research this Saturday in a statement.

In general, most dolphins found die trapped in fishing nets or pelagic trawls. The reason for the unprecedented increase in these cases and their concentration in the Black Sea remains unexplained. "We study the effect of climate change , outstanding maritime traffic, fish migration and intense military activities," added the Foundation.

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