The death of 137 sea lions off the coast of Baja California is a mystery

The mystery of about 137 sea lions, which were found along more than 60 miles of coast north of the municipality of Comondú on Pacific Ocean beaches, has not yet been solved.

They are of the species Zalophus Californianus that were dead in the Gulf of Ulloa.

At first it was believed that they may have been victims of other hunting species such as killer whales, but there are no traces of violence on the bodies found.

The warning that sea lions were dying at the site was on September 3rd, when fishermen observed them.

The Environmental Prosecutor's Office took samples to send to the laboratory to find out the real causes of death of the specimens.

Never before had such a high number of dead sea lions been reported off the coast of Baja.

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