The number of whales and dolphins that are dying along the New Jersey coastline is beyond alarming.

Tom Foley from Atlantic City, New Jersey shared the following photo that he took from directly across Tte Tropicana Casino Hotel.

I found out about this latest dead dolphin while speaking live on-air with former Margate Mayor Vaughan Reale, who along with his wife, Margie have both been very active in opposing the installation of large wind turbines (offshore) in the Atlantic Ocean.

As I advised Mayor Reale about the latest beached common dolphin … he advised that 2 dead whales have washed ashore in Virginia.

It is time to grasp the fact that a significant number of mammal deaths have been occurring on a regular basis up and down the New Jersey coastline.

The coastal wind energy program should be rethought, based upon such a significant loss of marine life.

During the 8:00 a.m. hour, Monday, March 11, 2024, a City of Atlantic City truck and crew are attempting to assist the dolphin that is currently in very shallow water and barely moving on its own.

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