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  • Fears for city centre dolphin (ic Lanarkshire)

    Concern has been growing for a wounded dolphin spotted swimming through Scotland's biggest city. Attempts to usher the creature out to sea from the River Clyde in Glasgow appeared to have failed.

  • Marlins, Rays having similar seasons, but Tampa Bay's drawing the fans (Sun-Sentinel)

    The stories are similar, but, unlike the Marlins', Tampa Bay's ends with more fans in the stands Armed with the lowest payrolls in Major League Baseball, the Florida Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays resume the Citrus Series on Tuesday at Dolphin Stadium with winning records.

  • River Dolphin, gets new lease of life (Outlook India)

    Assam government's declaration of the endangered River Dolphin as its state aquatic life is expected to give a new lease of life to the species of dolphins which was almost on the verge of extinction.

  • Rescue divers hunt for dolphin seen in Clyde near city centre (The Herald)

    Marine rescue divers were last night searching for a dolphin spotted swimming in the Clyde close to Glasgow city centre. The lone Risso's dolphin, normally found in the deep waters of the Atlantic, was first seen around 9am yesterday close to the SECC. It was later sighted around 4pm.

  • Dolphin pays visit to central Glasgow (BBC News)

    A lone dolphin is spotted swimming around in a section of the River Clyde near to the centre of Glasgow.

  • Teams Cut Motor Belt From Around Baby Dolphin's Neck (WPBF Palm Beach)

    Teams find a baby dolphin with a motor boat belt around its neck two weeks after they first saw it.

  • Researchers at Harbor Branch save young dolphin's life (Vero Press Journal)

    Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute researchers were taking pictures for their Indian River Lagoon dolphin identification program when they saw a calf they know as C1Bitt with a belt from an engine wrapped around it two weeks ago.



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