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27-Jan-2015

  • Why Dolphin Killings at the Cove Have Dropped to a Record Low

    With the dolphin killing season at the cove in Taiji, Japan, half over, deaths and captures of the marine mammals have hit record lows. Between the opening of this season, on Sept. 1, 2014, and the end of the year, 367 dolphins were slaughtered, compared with 406 dolphins killed by Taiji hunters over the same period in 2013, according to data compiled by the website Ceta-Base from estimates ...


  • Declining health forces Shedd to euthanize 30-year-old dolphin

    Shedd Aquarium officials said Friday that they had to euthanize a 30-year-old female white-sided dolphin whose health was deteriorating.


  • Dolphin Rescued By Two Lifeguards Off Of The California Coast

    Two lifeguards in Oceanside, California, rescued a struggling dolphin Thursday morning, and their amazing encounter was caught on video by a third rescuer. A dolphin was spotted off the coast of Oceanside, California, at around 10 a.m. on Thursday morning and appeared to be struggling and in distress. Three local lifeguards jumped on a boat Dolphin Rescued By Two Lifeguards Off Of The California ...


  • 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 ...


  • Dolphin dies after rescue efforts prove futile

    Fishermen at Puducherry sighted the struggling creature at around 5 p.m. as it lay wedged in the rocks close to the coastline.


  • Lifeguards say dolphin 'thanked' them for rescuing it from tangled rope

    The sweet moment when lifeguards in Southern California cut free a dolphin from fishing line was caught on tape.


  • 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.


  • Ex-Dolphin Konrad describes lost-at-sea ordeal

    Ex-Dolphin Konrad describes lost-at-sea ordeal


  • Government apathy behind dolphin deaths

    Dolphin Defenders are blaming Governmental apathy and complacency for the death of an adult female Hector?s Dolphin, and calf, in a recreational set-net near Nelson last week.


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