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14-Feb-2012

  • 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 Found Swimming in NJ Lagoon

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


  • Dolphin Dies in Ocean City Lagoon

    Dolphin was seen swimming in back-bay lagoon in recent days.


  • Dolphin proving dominant at home

    ST MARY?S College find themselves in second spot in Division 1A, a point behind new leaders Clontarf following a 12-8 away defeat by Dolphin.


  • OCEAN CITY DOLPHIN FOUND DEAD

    OCEAN CITY-- The dolphin that captured the attention of locals and the concern of wildlife authorities was found dead today police say.


  • 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.


  • Dolphin comes onto sandbar in Delaware River

    Crews were dispatched to the Delaware River this afternoon to rescue a dolphin that had stranded itself, said Bob Schoelkopf, the Founding Director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center based in Brigantine, N.J.


  • Dolphin spotted in Westerly dies

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


  • SECOND COMMON DOLPHIN FOUND DEAD IN CAPE MAY COUNTY

    VILLAS-- Lower Township Police say "common dolphin" found dead on the beach at Wildwood Ave. Lower Township Police were notified by a witness that a dolphin was laying deceased on the beach just after 3 this afternoon.


  • Dad slams Dolphin Centre over daughters' swimming ban

    A DAD has hit out at Bromsgrove?s Dolphin Centre after staff turned him and his two daughters away because the older one, who was six, was deemed too young to swim alone.


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