Saturday, October 04, 2008

Dolphins hunters are now being hunted by the BFAR

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) is now hunting down a gang behind the slaughtering of dolphins off Baler town in Aurora province, a radio report said Wednesday.Radio dzRH reported that the remains of the dolphins were found off Reserva village in Baler town in Aurora.

Only the heads, bones and tails were found.Provincial fisheries and aquatic resources officer Victoriano San Pedro said this prompted them to suspect the dolphins were killed so their meat can be sold.San Pedro cited initial reports indicating the dolphins would have been 89 inches long and 100 kilos each.

Quick "Facts about Dolphins"