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07-Jan-2015

  • Albino Dolphin Off Florida Coast Is A Rare Sight, But Conservationists Say Stay Away [VIDEO]

    An albino dolphin was recently spotted off the coast of Florida, a rare sighting that has sparked curiosity across the Internet but that has conservationists worried about the dolphin?s safety. Video of the unusual bottlenose dolphin was uploaded to YouTube by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, or FWC, and shows the dolphin breaking the surface of the water several times not ...


  • Dolphin with shark bite washes up on Dorset beach

    A DOLPHIN with a shark bite washed up on Chesil beach. This story contains a graphic image.


  • Dolphin delight as losing spell is broken

    Dolphin 12 Young Munster 11


  • Dolphin is washed up with shark bite. Warning: Graphic image

    A DOLPHIN with a shark bite washed up on Chesil beach.


  • Rare albino dolphin spotted off Florida's east coast

    Brooks Hays BREVARD, Fla., Jan. 5 (UPI) -- Danielle Carter, a state wildlife volunteer, captured a video of an albino dolphin along the east coast of Florida.


  • Rare albino dolphin seen off Florida coast

    Screen grab of the YouTube video showing an albino dolphin spotted on Florida's east coast. / For FLORIDA TODAY MELBOURNE, Fla. - As rare as snow in Florida, an albino dolphin - one of only 15 spotted in the past half century - popped up in an estuary off Florida's east coast last month.


  • Dead dolphin triggers fears after major Bangladesh oil spill

    A dead dolphin has been found in Bangladesh's protected Sundarbans delta following an oil spill which has spread over several hundred square kilometres, heightening fears for the area's rare wildlife. The Dhaka Tribune newspaper published a photo of the mammal on Sunday, saying it was found floating in a canal off the Shela river where a crashed tanker has leaked thousands of litres of oil. It ...


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