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05-Aug-2014

  • Meet the World?s Newest Dolphin Species

    Welcome the newest addition to the Flipper family, the Australian humpback dolphin. The Australian humpback dolphin has been around for millennia. We just didn?t know it, as the species was lumped in with other humpback dolphins that roam the world?s oceans. ?These dolphins live mostly in areas that are heavily influenced by human activities, yet where there has been relatively little marine ...


  • Dolphin Group Study Produces Taxonomic Clarity And A New Member

    Wildlife Conservation Society Scientists examining a taxonomically confused group of marine mammals have officially named a species new to science: the Australian humpback dolphin, Sousa sahulensis , according to the Wildlife Conservation Society and Clymene Enterprises. The study describing the newly named species is the culmination of a 17-year long systematic examination of all available ...


  • Lifeless dolphin washes ashore in Boracay ? report

    A lifeless dolphin was washed to the shore of world-famous Boracay Island last Friday, state-run Philippines News Agency reported over the weekend.


  • Celebrities join battle to stop Faroe Islands dolphin 'grind'

    Celebrities and animal lovers from around the world are flocking to the Faroe Islands in a bid to stop a controversial dolphin hunt that activists describe as an "archaic mass slaughter". Actress Pamela Anderson, who arrived on the remote North Atlantic archipelago in recent days, is set to be joined by 500 volunteers who will patrol the ocean and beaches around the islands to try to block the ...


  • New species of dolphin identified and they're swimming in Australian waters

    The Australian Humpback Dolphin has officially been determined as a unique species, and been given its own scientific name. There are now officially four varieties of the humpback dolphin, despite previous thoughts that they were all one species.


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