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05-Apr-2013

  • Concerns for baby Port River dolphin

    Messenger West: A DOLPHIN group is worried a new calf born in the Port River may be among the dolphins which have washed up dead along Adelaide's coast.


  • Safety concerns for baby Port River Dolphin

    Messenger West: A DOLPHIN group is worried a new calf born in the Port River may be among the dolphins which have washed up dead along Adelaide's coast.


  • How a Mother Dolphin Copes With the Death of Her Calf (VIDEO)

    Whale watching is common off the coast of Southern California, but recently a tour group encountered something that few people ever see: the touching, almost tear-jerking sight of a female bottlenose dolphin carrying the body of her dead infant upon her back.


  • Dolphin deaths still high after Gulf spill

    Dolphin deaths still high after Gulf spill Beaumont Enterprise Copyright 2013 Beaumont Enterprise. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Published 12:54 pm, Tuesday, April 2, 2013 Dolphin deaths and sea turtle strandings in the waters affected by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill continue to occur at elevated rates nearly three years ...


  • Lifeboat rescues stranded dolphin

    A stranded dolphin has been rescued after being washed up a deserted channel on a remote beach.


  • Mississippi sees spike in baby dolphin deaths

    Nearly three years after the BP oil spill, scientists are still concerned about high numbers of dolphin deaths along the Gulf of Mexico. In Mississippi, there have been 30 dead dolphins reported through the end of March.


  • Special delivery for dolphin lovers

    Visitors on an eco cruise off Bunbury were stunned to see a dolphin give birth in front of them in Koombana Bay last week.


  • What's Behind Spike in Gulf Coast Dolphin Attacks?

    Dead?and sometimes mutilated? dolphins have been turning up in recent months off the shores of Alabama, Florida, and Texas.


  • Tests continue on SA dolphin deaths

    A fourth post mortem examination will be performed to find the cause of a spate of dolphin deaths in SA.


  • Straned dolphin saved on Co Kerry beach

    A stranded dolphin has been saved by volunteer RNLI crew and three local families in Fenit, Co Kerry.


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