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Encuentran otras 3 tortugas muertas en playa de Sonsonate

Autoridades encontraron en las últimas horas tres tortugas muertas en las playas Chantene y tubos quebrados ambas pertenecientes al Área Natural Protegida Complejo los Cobanos en el Departamento de Sonsonate.

En las últimas semanas se han encontrado varias casos de tortugas muertas similares, hasta el momento las Autoridades no han dado información sobre las causas de la muerte de las tortugas.

El Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (MARN) ha presentado un aviso ante la Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) para que investigue la muerte de una tortuga marina que fue encontrada en la playa El Zonte, en La Libertad.

El quelonio apareció muerto en la zona costera el pasado jueves 23 de noviembre y el MARN le detectó al menos 15 orificios causados por proyectiles de arma de fuego.

La ministra de Medio Ambiente, Lina Pohl, pedirá a la Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) que investigue el hallazgo de una tortuga marina muerta con al menos 15 tiros en su cuerpo, informó una fuente estatal.

El Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos (MARN) indicó que los proyectiles fueron encontrados por biólogos cuando le practicaban una necropsia al animal, que forma parte de las más de 50 tortugas encontradas muertas en las costas del centro del país entre.

Detalló que los habitantes de una de las playas advirtieron que el propietario de un rancho privado de la zona acostumbra a disparar contra estos animales, con lo que también “pone en peligro la vida de las personas que visitan la playa”

La Policía acompañó el proceso de la necropsia y los proyectiles encontrados en su interior fueron entregados a la delegación (policial de la zona) como parte de las pruebas”, añadió el MARN

El referido ministerio informó que la estatal Administración Nacional Oceánica y Atmosférica de EE.UU. (NOAA) ayudará a El Salvador a investigar los factores que causaron la muerte del resto de tortugas.

A inicios de noviembre, en las costas del oriente salvadoreño fueron localizadas más de 300 tortugas muertas por los efectos de las saxitoxinas (varias especies de microalgas) que dejó la tormenta tropical Selma, que pasó por El Salvador.

 

 

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