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12-Jan-2014

  • DNA Discovery Reveals Surprising Dolphin Origins

    Two different dolphin species mated to create the clymene dolphin, scientists report, in a first scientific find of such a hybrid marine mammal species.        


  • Fears for the safety of dolphins who crave human company

    Swimming with a dolphin may sound like a magical experience - but scientists say life seldom turns out well for solitary dolphins that seek human company.


  • Clymene Dolphin May Be Rare Product Of Natural Hybridization

    Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Natural hybridization between two dolphin species likely helped to bring about the mysterious clymene dolphin , according to a study published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE . Researchers from several institutions found in a molecular analysis that spinner dolphins and striped dolphins helped create the clymene dolphin. Questions about the ...


  • Dolphin found caught in Sydney shark net

    A dead dolphin has been found tangled in shark nets off Newport, on Sydney's northern beaches.


  • Dolphin caught in Sydney shark net

    A dolphin killed in shark netting on a Sydney beach 'justifies' calls for the nets to come down.


  • Researchers Closely Watching Relationship Between Baby Dolphin, Mom At Six Flags

    According to The San Francisco Chronicle, the dolphin mother may have been the first to be witnessed vocalizing to her unborn baby. The sound was repeated Thursday after the 40-pound calf was birthed and took its first breath via blowhole.


  • At 6 Flags, whistler's mother gives birth

    The dolphin at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo who drew interest from researchers for possibly vocalizing to her unborn baby gave birth to a healthy male Thursday. Minutes after the tail emerged, Bella rubbed her belly on a ledge around the pool, hopped back in the water, and the calf came out.


  • Study Discovers Natural Hybridization Produced Dolphin Species

    A newly published study on the clymene dolphin, a small and sleek marine mammal living in the Atlantic Ocean, shows that this species arose through natural hybridization between two closely related dolphins species, according to authors from the Wildlife Conservation Society, the American Museum of Natural History's Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics, the University of Lisbon, and other ...


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