Dolphin deaths not linked to water quality, official says

     (File photo)

    (File photo)

    Marine Mammal Stranding Center Director Robert Schoelkopf speaks with NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller about the massive die-off of dolphins on the East Coast.

    Schoelkopf said a virus is the suspected culprit. Neither water quality, nor the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, have anything do with the dolphin deaths, he said, noting the water quality is excellent.

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