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13-Aug-2014

  • Two-headed dolphin: 'similar to conjoined twins' (+video)

    Two-headed dolphin washes ashore on a beach in western Turkey, according to Dogan news agency. A vacationing gym teacher discovered the two-headed dolphin, which scientists say is a rare occurrence. 


  • Two-headed dolphin: 'similar to conjoined twins'

    Two-headed dolphin washes ashore on a beach in western Turkey, according to Dogan news agency. A vacationing gym teacher discovered the two-headed dolphin, which scientists say is a rare occurrence. 


  • Two-headed dolphin found washed ashore in Turkey

    Brooks Hays GOKOGLU, Turkey, Aug. 11 (UPI) -- A beached dolphin with two heads was discovered by a man in Turkey over the weekend.


  • Dolphin 'pushed man underwater'

    The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group reminds the public to exercise "extreme caution" around dolphins after a report that a bottlenose dolphin "aggressively" pushed a man underwater off the County Cork coast


  • Two-Headed Dolphin Found In Turkey Is A ?Very Rare? Occurrence

    A two-headed dolphin was found dead on a beach in Turkey last week, drawing interest from marine biologists who say such an animal is a rare find and something worth studying. Now, a university in Antalya would like to display the carcass in its museum but cannot locate the remains, the Associated Press reports.


  • Dolphin With Two Heads Washes Up on Turkish Beach

    It was not your average day at the beach for gym teacher Tugrul Metin. The 29-year-old was splashing in the waves in Izmir, on Turkey's west coast, when a shocking sight washed up onto the sand in front of him. Metin discovered the body of a deceased two-headed dolphin, which measured about a meter (3.28 feet) and was estimated to be about a year old.


  • Two-Headed Dolphin Found Dead on Beach in Turkey

    A rare occurrence, marine biologists told Turkish media


  • Dolphin calf freed from fishing line in Gulf

    A dolphin calf that was tangled in fishing off the coast of Destin was successfully freed through a combined effort that spanned two days and eight different organizations from around the state, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium reports.


  • 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 ...


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