|The birds began to appear dead on the northern coast of the country for
more than 10 days. |
Neither the Peruvian Sea Institute or Service of Protected Areas could explain the phenomenon.
He reported that seven dolphins were found stranded, which add up to more than 3,000 fish dead in northern Peru so far this year. The Peruvian Sea Institute (IMARPE) has not yet determined the cause of death of the birds and said the dolphins may have been killed by a virus, while Nique said the cause could be the paucity of species that function as food or seismic waves for exploration activities in the area.
The National Service of Protected Areas by the State (Sernanp) also failed to explain the phenomenon, but has ruled that the reasons respond to sound waves that are carried out seismic exploration at sea. Implemented a contingency plan to investigate. - Peru 21 [Translated].