Onboard video footage from Israel, purportedly recorded in Eilat, March 2017 shows just why animals will continue to suffer and die AFTER unloading.
The footage and cattle coats are consistent with claimed time of year. The images are typical of a voyage of several weeks duration such as Australia to Israel. An Australian ship was recorded in Eilat in March 2017. The coughing animals are classic examples respiratory disease, such as pneumonia or ammonia exposure. Given that people are around and that other cattle are moving, the lethargy and reluctance of recumbent animal to move indicates significant illness.
Any animals with respiratory diseases that are then subject to unloading and transportation stresses (and heat stress in different seasons), can easily succumb from their disease.
Note: despite the summer coats and low humidity of Eilat (both limiting faecal jacket formation), the faecal coated cattle in this footage are consistent with those in images Dr Lynn Simpson...but according to industry, her voyages are all prior to 2012 so outdated and irrelevant.