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September 07, 1987

The remains of five young bottle-nosed dolphins were found along the New Jersey shore, renewing concern about a string of dolphin deaths that had appeared to be abating. Sheila Dean of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center near Atlantic City, N. J., said three of the dolphins washed ashore and two were found in the water. Dean said it was the first time in more than a week that more than one dead dolphin had been found at a time. More than 250 bottle-nosed dolphins have been found dead on the Atlantic coast this summer.

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