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137 seals found mysteriously dead on Mexico coast, investigation continues

Mysteriously 137 seal fishes were found dead on Mexico coast.

On the Mexican Sea Coast, 137 seal fishes were swept away. The Mexican Administration is investigating the mysterious death of these fish.

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  • Last Updated:September 15, 2020, 11:50 PM IST

Mexico. On the Mexican Sea Coast, 137 seal fishes were swept away. The Mexican Administration is investigating the mysterious death of these fish. So far the cause of his death has not been cleared. The Environmental Protection Department of the country said that there were no signs of injury due to these seals being trapped in the net on the body of the fish nor did they get marks of hitting the boat. Generally, these are the two main reasons why seal fishes die. First of all, the officers were informed about his death on 2 September. These dead fish were found 80-miles off the Pacific coast in the region of Komondu in the state of Baja California Sur.

Seal a protected species

California seal fishes are considered a protected species in Mexico but are not on the verge of extinction. According to the Smithsonian National Zoo and Biology Institute, the age of the seal is usually 15 to 20 years, but they get longer life when they get human care. An adult male seal is up to eight feet long (2.4 m) and weighs up to 600 pounds (454 kg), while female seals are about six feet long (1.8 m) and weigh an average of 220 pounds (100 kg). ) it happens.

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Seal is known for his intelligence and blunt nature. This animal is highly social and travels from Canada to the southern tip of Mexico swimming together in the water. The Marine Mammal Center said that seals are taken care of most when malnourished in all marine animals, suffering from cancer or pneumonia, or if caught in a fishing net. In another significant incident, more than 500 seals starved children arrived on the California coast in 2015, less than half their normal size.

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