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24-Dec-2014

  • 7-day-old dolphin calf dies, the second this month at Brookfield Zoo

    A 7-day-old dolphin calf died late Friday evening, becoming the second calf to die this month at Brookfield Zoo, officials said.


  • Dolphin Slaying: Juvenile Admits To Cruel Bow And Arrow Dolphin Killing

    An investigation into the slaying of a dolphin in Florida waters earlier this month has been solved. Friday, police say a juvenile confessed to the deliberate killing of a bottlenose dolphin with a bow and arrow. Because the animal is a protected species and died in Alabama waters, federal agents were involved in the shooting Dolphin Slaying: Juvenile Admits To Cruel Bow And Arrow Dolphin ...


  • Police ID suspect in dolphin bow-and-arrow death

    Authorities say they have caught the person who shot and killed a bottlenose dolphin with a bow and arrow, FOX 13 reports.


  • Dolphin shot with arrow in Gulf of Mexico as violent killings rise

    By Letitia Stein TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - A dolphin was lethally shot by a hunting arrow in the northern Gulf of Mexico, the second violent killing of the protected animal in recent weeks, federal authorities said on Monday. The dolphin, with a yellow-feathered arrow embedded in its side, washed ashore on Orange Beach, Alabama, over the weekend, according to a news release from the National ...


  • Dead dolphin triggers fears after major Bangladesh oil spill

    A dead dolphin has been found in Bangladesh's protected Sundarbans delta following an oil spill which has spread over several hundred square kilometres, heightening fears for the area's rare wildlife. The Dhaka Tribune newspaper published a photo of the mammal on Sunday, saying it was found floating in a canal off the Shela river where a crashed tanker has leaked thousands of litres of oil. It ...


  • Elite community battles squatters, restores master plan

    Residents of Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, a high-brow Lagos community, are battling to restore the original master plan of the estate. They feared that the existence of non-resident artisans, motor parks, roadside mechanics, vulcanisers and street traders, among others would not only continue to pose security risks, but was gradually tampering with the structural design of...  [Read More...]


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