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19-Apr-2011

  • Beached dolphin dies in Newport

    A dolphin beached itself before it died at Newport Beach on Sunday afternoon, said Mike Teague, animal control officer for the city of Newport Beach.At about 2:30 p.m. officials received a call about a live dolphin near 15th Street, he said.A crowd tried to push it back into the water but the...


  • Dolphin therapy at the Moscow Dolphinarium

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  • Federal practices hamper study of Gulf dolphin deaths

    A federal agency's practice of returning weakened dolphins to deeper Gulf of Mexico waters is thwarting efforts to probe dolphin deaths after last year's BP oil spill, scientists said on Saturday.


  • Study Of Gulf Dolphin Mortality Being Hampered

    Scientists at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies in Mississippi claim that a federal agency?s practice of returning rescued dolphins far offshore is hampering attempts to investigate dolphin deaths following the BP oil spill last year, Moby Solangi, director of the institute, tells Reuters. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is confirming that two dolphins found in ...


  • Gulf Dolphin Deaths Study Thwarted By Federal Practices, Scientists Say

    BILOXI, Mississippi (Leigh Coleman) ? A federal agency's practice of returning weakened dolphins to deeper Gulf of Mexico waters is thwarting efforts to probe dolphin deaths after last year's BP oil spill, scientists said on Saturday.


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