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02-Feb-2013

  • Why We Can?t Save Every Stranded Dolphin

    Judging by last week?s high-profile death of a common dolphin in Brooklyn?s filthy Gowanus Canal, it seems that everyone really does want to ?save the whales.? And though the deeply humane impulse to jump in the water and rescue a marine mammal that is lost, sick or stranded is laudable, it is not always the best course of action for the animal, scientists and wildlife, rescue experts say.


  • Dolphin That Died in New York Canal Was Old and Sick

    By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - A dolphin that died in a polluted New York canal last week was old and sick, and the toxic waters where it spent its final hours played little, if any, role in its demise, a biologist who examined the dolphin's carcass said on Tuesday. The male common dolphin had not eaten in some time even before swimming a mile inland up Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal, where it ...


  • Medical intervention would not have saved NYC dolphin

    Jan. 25, 2013: A wayward dolphin that meandered into a polluted NYC canal died Friday evening, marine experts said. AP Photo/Richard Drew


  • Wayward dolphin dies in polluted New York canal

    NEW YORK (AP) ? A wayward dolphin that meandered into a polluted urban canal, riveting onlookers as it splashed around in the filthy water and shook black gunk from its snout, died Friday evening, marine experts said.


  • Dolphin stranded in toxic canal

    An injured dolphin that became stranded in Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal died Friday, a marine foundation said.


  • Wayward dolphin dies in polluted NYC canal

    NEW YORK (AP) ? A wayward dolphin that swam into a polluted canal on Friday died before high tide, marine experts said.


  • Dolphin approaches diver for help

    When a dolphin needed help off the coast of Hawaii he was determined to let a scuba instructor, know.


  • Dolphin gets help from diver

    When a dolphin needed help off the coast of Hawaii, he was determined to let a scuba instructor know.


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