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11-Jun-2013

  • Dolphin released into ocean after washing ashore on Cape Cod

    A dolphin that washed ashore a Cape Cod beach Saturday morning has been released back into the ocean.


  • Dolphin Rescued From Sandbar off NY's South Shore

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


  • 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.


  • Pressure on New Zealand to save world's rarest dolphin

    New Zealand is facing pressure to save the world's rarest dolphin at an international scientific meeting underway this week in what conservationists say is a test of the nation's "clean, green" credentials.


  • Pressure on N. Zealand to save world's rarest dolphin

    New Zealand is facing pressure to save the world's rarest dolphin at an international scientific meeting underway this week in what conservationists say is a test of the nation's "clean, green" credentials.


  • 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.


  • Dolphin stranded in Osterville, released into Cape Cod Bay

    A 335-pound adult female Risso?s dolphin washed ashore in Osterville Saturday morning, possibly blown north by tropical storm Andrea, was released in good condition, said CT Harry of the International Fund for Animal Welfare. A Sea View Avenue resident saw the dolphin laying on its side in the surf at about 9:50 a.m. Rescuers attached a satellite tag to the mammal and released it off Scusset ...


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