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20-Aug-2014

  • Bottlenose Dolphin Adopts a Baby Orphan of a Different Species

    Dolphin watchers discovered a rare occurrence recently off the New Zealand coast: A bottlenose dolphin adopted an abandoned common dolphin pup. According to The New Zealand Herald, Kiwi made headlines five years ago when she lost her own baby, named Squirt, after getting stranded in a muddy inlet. Since January Kiwi has been spotted swimming with a baby common dolphin, which has been given the ...


  • Bottlenose Dolphin Makes Rare Interspecies Adoption

    Having lost her own calf five years ago, mother take an orphan under her flipper.


  • Dolphin Tale 2 spotlights Clearwater Aquarium

    Cast talks Dolphin Tale 2 as Hope the dolphin prepares for the movie's big debut. 


  • The Dolphin-Killing Season Is About to Begin in Japan; Here?s What You Can Do About It

    As the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan, approaches, activist Ric O?Barry is getting ready for a four-hour interrogation by Japanese police and immigration officials when he arrives in the country. The grilling has become part a gruesome Kabuki that plays out every year as fishermen in Taiji herd hundreds of dolphins into a cove and slaughter them, sparing only a few young animals that ...


  • Dolphin carcass found on shore of Ilocos town

    A Risso?s dolphin (grampus griseus) was found dead on the beach of a fishing village in Paoay town on Friday, and initial examination suggested it may have died from acoustic trauma and hunger.


  • Bottlenose dolphin makes an unusual adoption

    A bottlenose dolphin has taken a new baby of another species under its flipper.


  • 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


  • 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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