A Royal Navy submarine and survey ship were carrying out training exercises close to where 26 dolphins died after apparently panicking at an underwater disturbance, the Ministry of Defence has said.
MIAMI - Brett Myers had a chance to pitch like a top-of-the-rotation starter last night at Dolphin Stadium. He had looked more like one recently, and perhaps had started to fulfill the Phillies' expectations that he and Cole Hamels would form a dominant 1-2 punch atop their rotation.
Speculation is mounting that the Royal Navy may have had something to do with the deaths of 26 dolphins.
Phillies at Marlins, 7:10, Dolphin Stadium, Miami. TV: Comcast SportsNet. Radio: WPHT (1210-AM); WUBA (1480-AM) Spanish. Phillies LHP Cole Hamels (6-4, 3.36) vs. Marlins LHP Andrew Miller (4-5, 5.65).
Postmortems have failed to reveal the cause of the worst mass stranding of dolphins in the UK for nearly 30 years
Post-mortem tests on dolphins found dead in Cornwall reveal no clues to the cause of the mass stranding.
Two Dolphin Stocks May Be Recovering from Tuna Fishing Practices
The Royal Navy was conducting a live firing exercise and using sonar in the hours before dozens of dolphins were left beached on a Cornish creek, it confirmed last night.
The Royal Navy was carrying out live firing exercises before a pod of dolphins beached themselves in apparent panic and died.
The Royal Navy was carrying out live firing exercises hours before 26 dolphins died, it was revealed yesterday.
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