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  • Dolphin is born but dies at Brookfield Zoo

    A male dolphin died shortly after being born at Brookfield Zoo on Friday, zoo officials said.

  • Japanese hunters capture rare albino dolphin

    Japanese fishermen have captured a rare albino dolphin and killed 11 other dolphins in a shallow cove, according to conservation activists protesting the hunt.

  • Famous French dolphin turns up in Scottish waters

    A solitary dolphin famous in France for following fishing boats has turned up in Scottish waters.

  • Roaming dolphin turns up in Scotland

    A dolphin, loved by fishermen in France but suspected of an "attack" on swimmers in the Republic of Ireland, turns up in Scottish waters.

  • Dolphin doing well after therapeutic bronchoscopy

    In a first such collaborative effort between human and veterinary medicine, a 29-year-old bottlenose dolphin recently underwent therapeutic bronchoscopy to treat airway narrowing that was interfering with her breathing.

  • Gangetic dolphin found dead in Bihar

    A Gangetic dolphin, an endangered species, was killed by suspected poachers in a Bihar dolphin sanctuary, officials said Tuesday.

  • Dolphin washed ashore at Woonona: photos

    Surf lifesavers and bystanders attempted to rescue a dolphin washed ashore between Woonona and Bellambi beaches.

  • Rare albino dolphin captured in Japan's 'Cove': campaigner

    A rare albino dolphin has been captured by Japanese fishermen, according to a campaign group staging a protest against the sale or slaughter of the creatures. The albino Risso's dolphin was driven into a cove over the weekend by fishermen at Taiji in Wakayama Prefecture, central Japan, said Sea Shepherd, which has teams of observers in the remote town. The latest catch was made on Sunday, Sea ...

  • Newborn dolphin calf dies at Brookfield Zoo

    It's a sad day at the Brookfield Zoo.The Chicago Zoological Society announced a male dolphin calf died at birth on Friday.



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