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  • Dolphin deaths blamed on Govt apathy

    A conservation group is blaming the recent deaths of two Hector's dolphins on Government apathy and complacency.

  • Beached dolphin rescued in Port Craig

    A juvenile dolphin was reunited with its mother after a Port Craig woman rescued it off the beach on Thursday.

  • Rare Albino Bottlenose Dolphin Spotted Off Florida Coast

    An albino bottlenose dolphin, recently spotted off the east coast of Florida, was caught on video flashing its white dorsal fin above the water's blue waves. The rare white dolphin is the star of an amateur video filmed by Danielle Carter, a volunteer with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Carter took the video when she unexpectedly noticed the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops ...

  • VIDEO: In search of Myanmar's rare dolphin

    Dolphin numbers along Myanmar's Irrawaddy River have declined to such an extent that they are now listed as critically endangered, and those that remain are now wary of human contact.

  • Gruesome images of shark attack on dolphin as beaches in Australia closed for record seventh day

    Beaches remain closed as great white is joined by new group of sharks around the city of Newcastle, apparently attracted by warmer waters

  • Dolphin dies on Cavite shore; probe launched

    Rosario, Cavite ? A female dwarf spinner dolphin, with wounds in the body, died before dawn Saturday on the shore of Barangay Wawa II, this municipality.Authorities said that the dolphin was still alive when found by a fisherman named Wendel on the shore but had died later, believed due to injuries she had on her body.Observers believed the dolphin was harmed by someone else who may wanted to ...

  • Dolphin trainer-turned-activist O'Barry sees public shift on keeping dolphins in captivity

    SOUTH MIAMI, Fla. - Ric O'Barry feels the tide turning in his long quest to change the public's mind about dolphins in captivity.



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