At least 54 bottlenose dolphins have died in Florida's Indian River Lagoon since January. Today, the federal government is stepping in to help find out what's killing them. In a normal year, that number would be closer to 22.
SUBIC BAY, Philippines - The first-ever dolphin calf born in captivity in this country has died, according to officials of the theme park Ocean Adventure. In a statement, Carlo Magno, Ocean Adventure's Director for Animal Care Department, said that the calf died on Sunday, July 21, due to an infection. The baby ...
Federal officials will launch a formal investigation into a dolphin die-off in the central and northern parts of the Indian River Lagoon as the number of dead dolphins creeps toward 10 percent of the lagoon's entire dolphin population.
Reports of a dolphin being hit by a boat and killed are being investigated by wildlife crime officers from Devon and Cornwall Police.
Specialist wildlife crime officers are investigating the death of a bottlenose dolphin which is believed to have been killed by a boat. The calf was...
Shawn is an expert on the dolphin species that congregate in the waters off Drake Bay - the bottlenose, the pan tropical spotted, the spinners.
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.
The dolphin was originally part of a small group swimming off the Mexican coast but the others managed to get away, leaving it at the mercy of a whole pod of whales.
Police wildlife officers investigating reports that bottlenose dolphin calf was killed off coast of Cornwall in UK Specialist police wildlife officers are investigating the hit-and-run death of a rare dolphin, apparently after a collision with a power boat. The bottlenose dolphin calf was part of a small inshore pod living in the waters off the south-west coast of England. It is thought the ...
The death of a dolphin is a terrible thing. Generally considered to be happy, fun-loving creatures, no one wants to stumble upon the mangled corpse of a bottlenose dolphin.
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