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18-Jun-2013

  • Dolphin rescue bid fails

    A young bottlenose dolphin has been put down despite a rescue attempt on Caroline Bay.


  • Dolphin caught in old fishing net off Ilocos Norte rescued

    Fishermen have rescued a two-meter-long dolphin that got entangled in an old fishing net abandoned in the municipal waters of this town.


  • Sick, sunburned bottlenose dolphin rescued in Fla., dozens of dolphins stranded this year

    MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. - A sunburned bottlenose dolphin was rescued after being stranded in a thick bed of seagrass at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge.


  • Sick, sunburned bottlenose dolphin rescued in Fla

    A sunburned bottlenose dolphin was rescued after being stranded in a thick bed of seagrass at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge.


  • Author Robert Eiser Raises Awareness on Dolphin Preservation in New Book

    ?DOLPHIN CHRONICLES? is a highly engaging volume that teaches readers on the importance of marine life and their important roles in the ecosystem. (PRWeb June 16, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/RobertEiser/DOLPHINCHRONICLES/prweb10839160.htm


  • 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.


  • Pressure on New Zealand to save rare dolphin

    NEW Zealand is facing pressure to save the world?s rarest dolphin. The Maui?s dolphin, found only in shallow waters off the North Island?s west coast, is listed as critically endangered, with just 55 adults remaining and experts fearing it will disappear by 2030 unless urgent action is taken.


  • 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.


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