NIH faces action over HIV cat study

  title={NIH faces action over HIV cat study},
  author={E. Check},
  • E. Check
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • Nature
  • The US Navy has admitted that its use of a high-intensity sonar system caused a rash of whale strandings and deaths in March 2000. Sixteen beaked and minke whales were found stranded on beaches in the Bahamas shortly after US Navy ships using the highintensity sonar had passed by. Six are known to have died, and the rest were pushed back into the sea. But a fall in sightings of beaked whales has led researchers working in the area to believe that many more may have died. Autopsies on the… CONTINUE READING
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