China News Service, Taizhou, September 17 (Fan Yubin and Chen Hunan) After 12 melon-headed whales stranded on the coast of Taizhou, Zhejiang, on September 16, a suspected "dolphin" wandered along the coast of Taizhou Bay, Zhejiang, once again arousing local enthusiasm The attention of the people.

On the evening of the 16th, searchers searched for "dolphins."

Photo by Chen Hunan

  On the morning of the 17th, Taizhou Port and Shipping Port and Fishery Bureau, Taizhou Bay New Area Agricultural and Water Conservancy Bureau, Taizhou Bay New Area Fire Brigade, Taizhou Ocean World and other departments conducted multiple inspections and searches on the beach areas along the Sanshan Beitu, but no “dolphins” were found. "The trails have not been found for more than 20 hours in total."

A rescue boat was mobilized to search for the "dolphins".

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  After communicating with experts from Taizhou Ocean World, it was preliminarily determined that the "dolphins" had already swam out of this waters.

In order to do a good job of follow-up work, the 11 Seawall Office strengthened the observation work on the outer sea surface of the seawall. If any situation is found, it will be reported in time and dealt with at any time. The "dolphin" rescue work has temporarily come to an end.

On the evening of the 16th, searchers searched for "dolphins."

Photo by Chen Hunan

  In order to help the "dolphins" found in Sanshan Beitu on the morning of the 16th to return to the sea, on the evening of the 16th, the Taizhou Bay New District Management Committee, Taizhou Water Conservancy Bureau Comprehensive Water Conservancy Facilities Control Center, Taizhou Port and Shipping Port and Fishery Administration , Taizhou Bay New Area Agricultural Water Conservancy Bureau, Taizhou Bay New Area Fire Brigade, Taizhou Ocean World and other units searched for "dolphins" day and night, fire emergency lighting, drone search were activated on site, and when the tide receded until about 9 o'clock that night, the search personnel went down Go to the bank of the dam to search on foot with a flashlight, and the search will continue until 10 o'clock that night.

On the evening of the 16th, searchers searched for "dolphins."

Photo by Chen Hunan

  According to on-site search personnel, the entire search work lasted for nearly 12 hours from 10 am on the 16th to 10 pm that night, and the search continued on the morning of the 17th.

On the morning of the 17th, search personnel searched for "dolphins."

Photo by Chen Hunan

  Although the "dolphins" were not found in the end due to special factors such as tide fluctuations and complex geographic conditions, this may be the best result of wildlife rescue and protection.

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