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  • 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 ...

  • Massive Dolphin Die-Off Eludes Final Explanation

    The morbillivirus is the prime suspect in the unprecedented and ongoing die-offs, but other culprits are possible -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

  • Mischievous dolphin causes splash near Slidell

    A lone dolphin living in the waters around Lakeshore Estates near Slidell has attracted a lot attention in recent weeks, but after a series of biting incidents residents are getting concerned.

  • Dolphin Bags 3D Seismic Contract in the Pacific

    Norway's Dolphin Group ASA announced Wednesday that its subsdiary Dolphin Geophysical AS has continued to build back-log in the Pacific region with a recent 3D seismic contract award of approximately 90 days.

  • Shark Fears Threaten Newly Identified Dolphin

    A new dolphin species has just been named, but it figures that we are already killing it--in many cases due to our fear of sharks. Continue reading ?

  • 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 ...

  • Dams May Damn the Rare Indus River Dolphin to Extinction

    The otherworldly Indus river dolphin is one of only four species of river dolphins left in the world, and its numbers are falling fast in the Pakistani waterways it calls home. ?The link between the construction of the irrigation barges and depletion of river flow matched very well with the timing and the geographic pattern of dolphin disappearance and was even linked with the speed of ...

  • River Severn dolphin found dead

    THE BOTTLENOSE dolphin that had been spotted on various occasions swimming in the River Severn has been found dead.



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