Campaigners counting dead dolphins on Cornwall’s beaches have told ITV News it’s officially the highest death toll on record.

A total of 125 dolphins were found on the county’s shoreline in January and February. This is a dramatic increase compared to the same months in 2016 when 36 were discovered and 2015 when the total was just 14.

Such a startling rise in deaths is a major concern for wildlife campaigners who suspect the fishing industry are responsible for much of it.

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