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30-Mar-2011

  • Gulf sea turtle deaths up, joining dolphin trend

    Federal scientists trying to figure out why dolphin deaths along the Gulf of Mexico are up this year now have a second challenge: a sharp jump in sea turtle deaths in some Gulf areas.


  • Moko the dolphin one of history's heroes

    Moko the cheeky bottlenose dolphin has been named on Time magazine's website as one of history's most heroic animals.


  • Feds forbid scientists probing Gulf dolphin deaths from speaking to media

    Last month dolphin corpses began washing up on the Gulf Coast in alarming numbers. Well, more dead dolphins continue to be found, bringing the total this year up to 114--100 more than the average number of dead dolphins that washed ashore during the first three months of any year between 2002 and 2007. So, naturally, there [... ]


  • Dolphin toll from BP oil spill far higher: study

    The discovery of more than 100 dead dolphins on Gulf of Mexico shores likely reflects only a small fraction of the total killed by the BP oil spill last year, a study suggested on Wednesday.


  • Dolphin toll rises from BP oil spill

    A study suggests more than 100 dead dolphins on Gulf of Mexico shores were killed by the BP oil spill.


  • Dolphin watchers want volunteers

    Marine conservationists want to launch volunteer groups along the south Wales coast to help track the winter habits of dolphins.


  • Government tightens lid on dolphin death probe

    The U.S. government is keeping a tight lid on its probe into scores of unexplained dolphin deaths along the Gulf Coast, possibly connected to last year's BP oil spill, causing tension with some independent marine scientists.


  • Dolphin dies in Pangasinan

    PANGASINAN, Philippines ? A rescued dolphin discovered off the coast of Dasol Bay in Pangasinan died Sunday when a rescue team tried to push it back out to sea.


  • NZ dolphin one of history's heroes

    A NZ bottlenose dolphin has been named on Time magazine's website as one of history's most heroic animals.


  • Baby dolphin saved after dumped in rice field by tsunami

    A baby dolphin has been rescued in Japan after being dumped in a rice field by a giant tsunami that hit the coast on March 11.


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