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24-Apr-2009

  • Dead dolphin found near Bon Jovi's house (The Washington Times)

    MIDDLETOWN, N.J. (AP) - Since winter closed in on a family of dolphins that had been living in two New Jersey rivers, many observers felt the animals were living on a prayer.On Saturday, the body of another dead dolphin was spotted in the Navesink River just outside the Middletown home of rocker Jon Bon Jovi.If it's confirmed to be part of the group of 16 dolphins that had spent half of last ...


  • Report of another dead dolphin in Navesink River (Daily Record)

    Rumson police reported spotting a dolphin carcass in the Navesink River near the Oceanic Bridge Tuesday night, but it has yet to be recovered.


  • Officials spot remains of dolphin in Navesink River (The Star-Ledger)

    Fourth dead dolphin to surface in the past two weeks


  • Man Taking Photos Of Women At SeaWorld Arrested (KSAT San Antonio)

    SAN ANTONIO -- A 69-year-old man has been arrested and accused of taking inappropriate photos of women at SeaWorld. Donald Jackson was caught by a security guard taking pictures of women while he was hiding in some bushes near the dolphin feeding pool, park officials said.


  • Central Catholic boys lacrosse beats Nazareth (The Morning Call)

    Central Catholic boys lacrosse coach Dan Dolphin placed his faith largely in the hands of 10 freshmen and sophomores starting this season.


  • What is this thing? Sea Lab identifies it as dead bottlenose dolphin (Mobile Press-Register)

    A dead dolphin washed ashore along Ala. 193 near Dauphin Island on Tuesday. Dauphin Island Sea Lab officials said the dead sea mammal was first spotted on shore on Saturday and it appeared on shore again this week.


  • Former Flipper Trainer Educates On Dolphin Meat (CBS4 Miami)

    The man who once captured and trained dolphins for the hit television show "Flipper" is now behind a documentary to free dolphins. Now, Miami native Rick O'Berry is on a crusade halfway around the world.


  • Report of another dead dolphin in Navesink River (Asbury Park Press)

    Officials are searching a Monmouth County river for the remains of another dolphin.


  • Another dead dolphin reported in Navesink River (Courier-Post)

    Officials are searching a Jersey shore river for the remains of another dolphin.


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