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  • First dolphin born in captivity in PH

    SUBIC BAY, Philippines - The country's first live birth of a bottle-nosed dolphin in captivity happened in Subic last July 6. A baby dolphin was born 7 pm on July 6, at the Ocean Adventure marine park in Subic Bay, said Carlo Magno, the marine park's Director for Animal Care Department. Said Magno: "The ...

  • Mysterious New Virus Found in Sick Dolphin

    In October 2010, the body of a young short-beaked common dolphin was found stranded on a beach in San Diego, Calif. The sickly female had lesions in its airway, and a necropsy showed that it died of so-called tracheal bronchitis, likely due to an infection.

  • 1st dolphin born in captivity

    Subic Bay Freeport - A dolphin named "Vi" became the first dolphin to ever give birth to a calf in human care in the country.

  • NOAA Says "No" to Dolphin-Safe Tuna

    WASHINGTON, July 15, 2013 -- Last week the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued regulations it claims will protect dolphins and provide consumers with greater assurance that no dolphins were harmed or killed during the harvest of tuna.

  • First captive dolphin gives birth in Subic

    A bottle-nosed dolphin at the Ocean Adventure Park in Subic gave birth last July 7, making it the first dolphin birth in captivity in the country.

  • Dolphin Therapy Summed Up in Two Words: Big Scam

    Do dolphins have special, mystical powers than can heal the sick and reduce the symptoms of autism and other developmental disorders? An entire industry has sprung up around this utterly unproven belief, taking advantage of the deep bonds that humans yearn to experience with these animals, the most intelligent creatures of the sea.

  • Subic dolphin records first live birth

    SUBIC BAY FREEPORT -- Ocean Adventure Subic announced over the weekend that one of its bottlenose dolphins gave birth last week (July 7) to a healthy calf, making it the first live birth in the country.



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