South Africa Probes Spike in Seal Deaths Along Cape Coast

11 November 2021 14:31 WIB

The carcass of a dead Cape fur seal lies on a beach as officials investigate an alarming spike in seal deaths, in Cape Town, South Africa, November 7, 2021. South African officials are investigating an alarming spike in seal deaths. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

11 November 2021 00:00 WIB

The carcass of a dead Cape fur seal lies on a beach as officials investigate an alarming spike in seal deaths, in Cape Town, South Africa, November 4, 2021. Scores of seal carcasses were washed up on beaches in Cape Town and along the rugged Atlantic Ocean coastline north of the city. Several more dead seals were seen floating in the water. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

11 November 2021 00:00 WIB

The carcass of a dead Cape fur seal lies on the rocks as officials investigate an alarming spike in seal deaths along the coast, in Elands Bay, South Africa, November 5, 2021. The provincial government said last week that it had buried almost 200 seals. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

11 November 2021 00:00 WIB

The carcass of a dead Cape fur seal lies on a beach as officials investigate an alarming spike in seal deaths, in Cape Town, South Africa, November 4, 2021. Experts believe an Avian Influenza epidemic affecting wild seabirds in the Western Cape is probably not behind the latest spate of seal deaths. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

11 November 2021 00:00 WIB

The carcass of a dead Cape fur seal lies on a beach as officials investigate an alarming spike in seal deaths, in Cape Town, South Africa, November 7, 2021. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

11 November 2021 00:00 WIB

The carcass of a dead Cape fur seal lies on a beach as officials investigate an alarming spike in seal deaths, in Cape Town, South Africa, November 4, 2021. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

11 November 2021 00:00 WIB