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27-Mar-2013

  • Dolphin Found Swimming in New York City's East River

    By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - A dolphin swam up New York City's East River on Wednesday where it appeared to be doing fine despite straying from its more usual ocean habitat, officials said. Until biologists get a closer look, it is hard to say whether it is a common dolphin , an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin , a white-sided dolphin or a white-beaked dolphin , said Kimberly Durham, the ...


  • Dolphin , apparently healthy, swimming in New York's East River

    By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - A dolphin swam up New York City's East River on Wednesday where it appeared to be doing fine despite straying from its more usual ocean habitat, officials said. Until biologists get a closer look, it is hard to say whether it is a common dolphin , an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin , a white-sided dolphin or a white-beaked dolphin , said Kimberly Durham, the ...


  • Dolphin Seen on an Apparently Healthy Swim in the East River

    The dolphin was seen off the East 90s of Manhattan and gave no sign of being in any danger, but a marine animal expert intended to assess its health.


  • Dolphin ?s Still in East River. What?s Up With That?

    The dolphin , believed to be an offshore bottlenose, was first spotted in the river on Wednesday, and while marine mammal experts said they were concerned, they said it did not exhibit any health issues.


  • City Room: Dolphin ?s Still in East River. What?s Up With That?

    The dolphin , believed to be an offshore bottlenose, was first spotted in the river on Wednesday, and while marine mammal experts said they were concerned, they said it did not exhibit any health issues.


  • City Room: Dolphin Seen on an Apparently Healthy Swim in the East River

    The dolphin was seen off the East 90s of Manhattan and gave no sign of being in any danger, but a marine animal expert intended to assess its health.


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