Imrul Hossain for DOT
 Two more dolphins have washed up on Laboni Point of Cox’s Bazar beach yesterday reports Somoy TV.  The two aquatic mammals bore injury marks on the head and body. The environmentalists claimed that the dolphins are continuing to wash ashore as no initiative has been taken to conserve the aquatic mammals.  During a visit to Laboni Point of Cox’s Bazar beach yesterday, it was found that the bodies of two dolphins with injury marks were lying on the beach.  Crows and digs were feeding on the carcasses of the dolphins.
 Cox’s Bazar Deputy Commissioner Kamal Hossain said that they were struggling to handle coronavirus situation.
 “A probe team has already been formed in this regard. A review meeting will be held with the presence of all the stakeholders after Eid in this regard. The meeting will take decision regarding the ways to conserve the dolphins,” the DC said.