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08-Jun-2013

  • Dolphin rescued from sandbar off NY's south shore

    OAK BEACH, N.Y. (AP) ? A dolphin has been rescued from a sandbar off the southern shore of Long Island.


  • Dolphin stranded on sandbar rescued off south shore of Long Island

    A dolphin has been rescued from a sandbar off the southern shore of Long Island.


  • 600-pound dolphin rescued from New York state sandbar

    OAK BEACH, N.Y., June 7 (UPI) -- A 600-pound dolphin seen struggling on a New York state sandbar was rescued and taken to an aquarium, the Riverhead Foundation said.


  • 600 lb. dolphin rescued off Jones Beach

    A 600 lb. dolphin that was struggling on a sandbar just south of Jones Beach was rescued and taken to the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead, NY.


  • Dolphin rescued after getting stuck on sandbar near suburban Long Island beach

    OAK BEACH, N.Y. - A dolphin has been rescued from a sandbar off the southern shore of Long Island. The Risso's dolphin is a 9-foot, 600-pound female. Staff from the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation made the rescue Thursday near Oak Beach with help from the Coast Guard.


  • Dolphin rescued from sandbar off Long Island's south shore

    Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation treating 9-foot, 600-pound female Risso dolphin for dehydration and gastric bleeding


  • Riverhead Foundation Rescues Dolphin From Sandbar Near Oak Beach

    The Risso's dolphin is a 9-foot, 600-pound female. Staff from the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation made the rescue Thursday near Oak Beach with help from the Coast Guard.


  • Video: Dolphin teaches calf to fish

    Messenger West: OUR Dolphin Diary writer Marianna Boorman has captured video footage of Port River dolphin Unhap teaching calf Crystal to fish.


  • Video: Dolphin teaches calf fishing technique

    Messenger West: OUR Dolphin Diary writer Marianna Boorman has captured video footage of Port River dolphin Unhap teaching calf Crystal to fish.


  • Should Dolphin-Assisted Childbirth Be Legal?

    A North Carolina couple?s decision to fly to Hawaii so they can experience a ?dolphin-assisted birth? has made worldwide headlines and earned them almost universal scorn by scientists, the press, and the public. It?s a bad idea for the dolphins, most people agree, and a dangerous proposition for a woman about to give birth. It might even be illegal.


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