Japanese scientists find signs of radiation poisoning in 17 dead dolphins near Fukushima

In April 2015, scientists from Japan’s National Science Museum conducted autopsies on the beached dolphins. They found that nearly all of them had lungs that were entirely white, indicating a condition known as ischemia – that is, loss of blood to the organs. The animals’ internal organs showed no signs of infection or any other disease.

“I have never seen such a state,” the chief researcher said.


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