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  • Dolphin Found Swimming in NJ Lagoon

    The dolphin could still be seen in the Ocean City, N.J. waterway late Friday

  • Cape Cod dolphin death toll reaches 103

    The number of unexplained dolphin deaths on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, rose Friday, with rescuers tallying the toll at 103.

  • Dolphin Makes its Way into NJ Lagoon

    Residents find a dolphin swimming in Ocean City lagoon.

  • Dolphin deaths mystery in Peru ? video

    Hundred of dead dolphins have washed up on a 66-mile stretch of coastline 500 miles north of Lima

  • Minnesota Zoo loses dolphin calf

    APPLE VALLEY, Minn., Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Taijah, a 1 1/2-year-old dolphin calf at the Minnesota Zoo, died after a sudden illness, zoo officials said.

  • Dolphin Energy Adding $200 Million-$300 Million To Tuesday's $1 Billion Bond Deal -Source

    Dolphin Energy Adding $200 Million-$300 Million To Tuesday's $1 Billion Bond Deal -Source

  • Minnesota Zoo dolphin calf Taijah dies unexpectedly

    The Minnesota Zoo's latest dolphin addition - 1-1/2-year-old calf Taijah - has died after a sudden illness, zoo officials said Tuesday.

  • SeaWorld stages dolphin rescue in Halifax River

    A 9-month old dolphin wrapped in monofilament fishing line was rescued by a team from SeaWorld Orlando on Friday near the Seabreeze Boulevard bridge in Daytona Beach.

  • Dolphin spotted in Westerly dies

    A dolphin spotted swimming in the water near the Weekapaug Inn in Westerly Monday has died.

  • Wayward dolphin rescued on Wellfleet beach; stranding total rises to 147

    On the 28th day of the largest single-species stranding event on record in the northeastern United States, the International Fund for Animal Welfare said one more dolphin stranded itself in Wellfleet, bringing the total to 147 common dolphins. Michael Booth, spokesman for the animal welfare organization, said crews rescued the dolphin from the banks of Herring River in Wellfleet this morning ...



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