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  • Lifeboat rescues dolphin from shallows of river Dee

    Dolphin nicknamed Davina transferred inside stretcher to lifeboat, which is heading to Rhyl Flats off coast of north Wales A dolphin that swam miles up a Welsh river and into English waters is being transported out to sea after it became stranded on sandbanks. Lifeboat volunteers from Flint, North Wales, were called to Airbus UK's loading facility, downstream from Saltney near Chester at about ...

  • Stranded dolphin rescued by lifeboat

    A dolphin in the River Dee in Flintshire is rescued after becoming stranded on sandbanks and is being taken back out to sea by a lifeboat crew.

  • Dolphin found in Scott's Creek in Portsmouth dies

    PORTSMOUTH Another dolphin died Saturday after being found in Hampton Roads waters. By itself, the death wasn't uncommon for this summer. What was unusual was that the animal was found in Scott's Creek. Andy Shea has lived nearby for much of the past 35 years. He said the water where the dolphin was found, not far from downtown, isn't deep. "This is a first for me," he said.

  • Dying-dolphin mystery

    PORTSMOUTH, Va. ? Another dying dolphin has been found in Virginia waters.The dolphin was found yesterday morning in a creek near downtown Portsmouth. The Virginian-Pilot reports that the ailing animal had to be euthanized.In a typical year, about 60 sick and dead dolphins wash up on Virginia?s coastline...

  • Mysterious dolphin die-off on East Coast puzzles researchers

    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 still swimming in River Dee

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

  • VIDEO: RNLI footage of dolphin rescue

    A dolphin which became stranded on sandbanks in the River Dee is taken out to sea after it was rescued by lifeboat.

  • 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.



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