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  • Dolphin beaches itself in La Jolla

    SAN DIEGO - Beachgoers tried to help a dolphin that washed ashore in La Jolla Monday afternoon by pushing it back into the water, but their attempts to save the marine mammal were futile, lifeguards said.

  • Dolphin Social Networks Show First Hints of Culture

    For the bottlenose dolphins of Shark Bay, Australia, functional fashion seems to be all the rage, with inclusion in cliques dependent on whether one is wearing a nose sponge ? a tool that helps dolphins find food ? new research suggests.

  • Dolphin struck by boat has died, officials say

    BRIGANTINE -- The dolphin struck by a boat Saturday evening in Sea Isle City is dead, according to officials at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center.

  • Dolphin social networks show hints of culture

    Some dolphins use sea sponges as tools, and study finds they associate more with other sponge users

  • Dolphin Research Center, Grassy Key

    The Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key is a non-profit education and research facility, home to a family of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions.

  • Dolphin Washes Ashore in La Jolla

    A dolphin died on the shores of La Jolla Monday afternoon, lifeguards said.

  • Dolphin Mourns Death Of Calf, Swims With It For Days (Video)

    Dolphin mourns A mother dolphin mourned the passing of her calf by carrying it on her back for days. NDT China reported that the dolphin was spotted with her calf in Sanniang Bay of Qinzhou City in Southern China on July 8. It appeared that the adult dolphin, approximately 3 meters long, was using its back to help the baby dolphin, about 1.5 meters long, swim towards the deep sea. But it was ...

  • Dolphin numbers 'best in years'

    Numbers of bottlenose dolphins visiting a Highland firth are the highest since the late 1990s, according to a conservation officer.

  • Dolphin Mourns Dead Baby Calf By Carrying Young On Back: Do Dolphins Actually Grieve? [VIDEO]

    Tourists in Southern China spotted a mother dolphin carrying her dead calf on her back in what is now being called as "dolphin mourning," NTDTV reported. The video was posted on YouTube on Wednesday and has already yielded over 85 thousand views.

  • Dolphin washed ashore after being hit by a boat on Saturday

    BRIGANTINE -- Usually you think of hit and runs on land. But the Marine Mammal Stranding Center is examining a dolphin that washed ashore this morning after it was involved in a hit and run with an 18?foot boat in sea isle city.



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