Fatal freshwater skin disease in dolphins linked to climate crisis

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Researchers report affected animals off the coasts of the US, South America and Australia

Dolphins are increasingly dying slow, painful deaths from skin lesions likened to severe burns as a result of exposure to fresh water, exacerbated by the climate crisis.

Researchers in the US and Australia have defined for the first time an emerging “freshwater skin disease” reported in coastal dolphin populations in the US, South America and Australia.

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