July 19, 2012 2:41 PM

Biologists say dolphin strandings could have been caused by cold water, other factors

A report released Wednesday by biologists in Alabama and Mississippi suggests a "perfect storm" -- a discharge of cold, fresh water; stress from the BP oil spill; and unusual winter conditions -- could have played a part in the unusually high number of dolphin strandings in 2011.

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