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19-Aug-2013

  • Feds probe unusually high number of dolphin deaths on East Coast

    Federal officials say an unusually high number of bottlenose dolphins are dying off the East Coast this summer, the deadliest period for the sea mammals since a virus killed off more than 700 in the late 1980s.


  • That dolphin you used to hang out with back in high school probably still remembers you, research shows

    Dolphins have the longest memories of any animal besides humans, according to a new paper published Tuesday.


  • Watch: Dolphin's Release Depends on Funds

    Stranded New York dolphin nursed back to health needs financial help to be returned to the wild.        


  • Feds probe unusually high number of dolphin deaths

    July. 3, 2013: An Atlantic bottlenose dolphin named Tanner is shown during a demonstration at the Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key in Marathon, Fla.


  • Dolphin born at Chicago-area zoo dies unexpectedly

    BROOKFIELD, Ill., Aug. 9 (UPI) -- A female dolphin born at Brookfield Zoo near Chicago has died at less than a week old, zoo officials said late Thursday.


  • Mid-Atlantic Dolphin Die-Off Leaves Scientists Puzzled

    Some 160 animals have been found dead from New York to Virginia since July, and scientists say one possible cause is a virus that belongs to the same family as measles and distemper.


  • If You Insulted a Dolphin 20 Years Ago, He's Probably Still Bitter About It

    The guy on the right? He's cool. But do not mess with the dude on the left. ( eZeePics Studio /Shutterstock) Say that, in 1993, you were at a bar having some beers with a dolphin. Say that the dolphin ...


  • Dolphin Update: What Do We Know?

    Dolphins increasingly impress with signs of their intelligence -- but they're also at great risk.


  • Newborn dolphin dies at Brookfield Zoo

    A newborn female dolphin has died at Brookfield Zoo, just a week after she was born, officials announced.        


  • Dolphin escapes rehab facility, finds family in ocean

    By CAROLINE LEE, UPI.com A dolphin held in captivity was in a rehab facility to ease her back into the wild, but made her exit earlier than intended.


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