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14-Mar-2009

  • Dolphin dies after stranding on Longboat Key (Florida Today)

    LONGBOAT KEY ? A six-foot dolphin has died after being stranded on Longboat Key in Manatee County. Authorities say the dolphin was spotted by beachgoers Wednesday morning and taken to Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota where it died.


  • Spotted dolphin dies after it’s found stranded on Longboat, rushed to Mote (Bradenton Herald)

    HERALD STAFF REPORT - LONGBOAT KEY ? Try as they might to save it, a pantropical spotted dolphin found stranded and rushed to Mote Marine has died.


  • Dolphin Dies After Stranding Itself On Longboat Key (The Tampa Tribune)

    A dolphin that stranded itself on Longboat Key on Wednesday morning later died at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota.


  • Marine Scientists Concerned Over Dolphin Deaths (ABC 26 New Orleans)

    GULFPORT - The deaths of five young dolphins over the past week has marine scientists concerned. The dolphin calves washed-up along the beach in Harrison County, but it's not yet known what caused their deaths. Tests are being conducted. Dr. Moby Solangi says in the recovery of stranded dolphins, whether dead or alive, time is critical. With the "calving" season now under way, ...


  • Dolphin dies after stranding on Longboat Key (Miami Herald)

    A six-foot dolphin has died after being stranded on Longboat Key in Manatee County.


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