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22-Aug-2013

  • Dolphin still swimming in River Dee

    A dolphin which swam miles up the River Dee in Flintshire remains in the area, coastguards say.


  • Ex-dolphin trainer now looking into mass die-off

    BRIGANTINE, N.J. (AP) ? Once upon a time, he was known as Capt. Bob, the man who trained the dolphins and seals to perform for crowds in Atlantic City.


  • Dolphin swims miles up River Dee

    A dolphin is being monitored by a marine rescue charity after swimming miles up the River Dee in Flintshire.


  • U.S. Dolphin Deaths Rise to 300; Cause Still a Mystery

    The growing number of corpses across such a wide geographic area points to an infectious cause, but the jury's still out, government says.


  • Dolphin spotted swimming in River Dee in Flintshire

    A dolphin is being monitored by a marine rescue charity after chasing fish miles up a Welsh river and arriving into English waters.        


  • Mysterious Dolphin Die-Off Puzzles Scientists

    Something is causing a massive die-off of dolphins along the East Coast of the United States, and scientists are struggling to find the cause.


  • VIDEO: Dolphin still swimming in river

    A dolphin which swam miles up the River Dee in Flintshire remains in the area, coastguards have said.


  • Dolphin spotted swimming miles up River Dee

    Experts believe the common dolphin, which is more usually found at sea, must have chased fish up the river A dolphin is being monitored by a marine rescue charity after it swam miles up a Welsh river and into English waters. Marine experts think the common dolphin, which is usually more at home in the deep seawater of the Bay of Biscay, must have been chasing fish up the River Dee in north Wales ...


  • Dolphin trainer-turned-rescuer aids probe of East Coast die-off

    Bob Schoelkopf deals with carcasses of dolphins that began washing up on N.J. shores in early July.


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