This video is called Galapagos Sea Lion Pups at Play.
From AFP news agency:
The dead animals were in an advanced stage of decomposition when they were discovered on the island of Pinta, scattered in a one-kilometre radius, said Galapagos National Park official Victor Carrion.
“The sea lions, including 13 pups, died because of a strong blow from someone. It was a massacre whose motives the prosecutor’s office must clarify,” Mr Carrion said.
The animals’ remains did not appear to have been mutilated, and no cuts were found on their skins or limbs, he said.
The authorities found no other killed animals but they have stepped up patrols of the islands.
The Galapagos islands are 1,000 kilometres off the coast of Ecuador in the Pacific ocean.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) placed the islands on its list of endangered world heritage sites last year, saying they were threatened by invasive species, growing tourism and immigration.
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