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25-Dec-2008

  • Dolphin dies a day after rescue (UPI)

    LAURENCE HARBOR, N.J., Dec. 23 (UPI) -- A striped dolphin died Tuesday stranded on the New Jersey shore of Raritan Bay a day after being rescued from a nearby beach.


  • Plea to give Moko the dolphin her space (The New Zealand Herald)

    Moko the dolphin may have won hearts with her playful antics in the sea off the East Coast, but a dolphin welfare group says she may be in danger of being hurt by her human friends.


  • Stranded dolphin dies on Raritan Bay beach in Old Bridge (The Star-Ledger)

    The dolphin was not part of the pod that has been in the Shrewsbury and Navesink rivers since the summer


  • Dolphin found stranded on N.J. beach dies (The Record)

    OLD BRIDGE -- Marine mammal rescue workers say a striped dolphin found stranded on a Raritan Bay beach early Tuesday has died. Bob Schoelkopf of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine says the dolphin was believed to be one of three found stranded at Sandy Hook Monday.


  • Rescued dolphin strands again, dies (Asbury Park Press)

    A striped dolphin found stranded on a Raritan Bay beach early Tuesday has died.


  • Dolphin stranded on beach dies (Asbury Park Press)

    A dolphin, stranded on a Laurence Harbor beach this morning, died shortly before 10 a.m., officials at the scene reported.


  • Dolphin Stranded on New Jersey Beach Dies (FOX 5 New York)

    A striped dolphin found stranded on a Raritan Bay beach early Tuesday has died. Bob Schoelkopf of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine said the dolphin was believed to be one of three found stranded at Sandy Hook Monday.


  • Dolphin Stadium will be busy this January (Florida Today)

    If the Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets this weekend, Dolphin Stadium will go from being busy next week to chaotic. In an eight-day stretch, the 75,000-seat facility in Miami Gardens will have the eyes of the football world upon it.


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