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01-Jan-2014

  • Here's the Next Battle in the Fight to Stop Japan's Dolphin Slaughter

    Each year beginning Sept. 1, around 30 fishermen from the village of Taiji, Japan lure hapless pods of whales and dolphins from the open ocean into a tiny inlet, where they weed out the younger, cuter ones worth selling to aquariums in Japan and around the world. This annual dolphin hunt was made infamous by the Oscar-winning 2009 documentary The Cove, starring Ric O?Barry, the godfather of the ...


  • Experts debate beach photobomber: Shark or dolphin?

    A shadowy figure in a wave near children swimming at a southern California beach is a dolphin, not a shark, an expert said Monday.


  • Dolphin lllnesses Linked to Gulf Oil Spill

    Dolphins living in waters affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill are showing elevated levels of lung disease and other health effects.        


  • Shark Or Dolphin: Marine Experts Debate Animal Captured In Manhattan Beach Photo

    Many southern Californians are already familiar with the photo of what appears to be a possible Great White shark swimming feet away from the photographer's family ? but a number of experts now argue that the animal may not be a shark after all.


  • Baby dolphin refuses to leave beach in Vero

    Posted by Harrison Barrus / CBS 12 News VERO BEACH, Fla. -- A dolphin refuses to leave the beach at the Sea Oaks community just north of Vero Beach.      Deyena savage, visiting family from Pennsylvania sent this exclusive video of people trying to save the dolphin but the mammal just didn't want to be in the water. ...


  • Dolphin, not shark, photobombs surfing photo

    Shiffman said the tail on the creature is flat, indicating it's a dolphin. Meanwhile, a Discovery Channel shark expert told CNN that it was a juvenile great white shark.


  • Shark or dolphin? Debate continues over MB viral photo

    It resembled a scene out of Jaws.


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