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09-Mar-2014

  • Dolphin Bites Child?s Hand at SeaWorld

    A dolphin at a SeaWorld petting pool has bitten a young child, prompting an internal investigation by the company and a formal complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Agriculture by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. PETA published an article yesterday stating that ?a dolphin at SeaWorld San Antonio?s Dolphin Cove latched onto the hand and wrist of a 9-year-old girl so tightly that ...


  • FAU Harbor Branch's founder suspended from rescues after dolphin placed in pool

    A prominent dolphin researcher has been suspended from rescuing dolphins after he allegedly put a sick bottlenose dolphin in a Vero Beach resort community?s swimming pool ? without permission ? potentially exposing people to infection, according to Local 6 News partner Florida Today . Steve McCulloch, founder and program manager of FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute?s Marine Mammal ...


  • One dolphin dies, four others survive stranding on Cape Cod beach

    One dolphin is dead, but four others survived and were returned to the ocean after becoming stranded on a beach in Cape Cod during this morning?s low tide, officials said.        


  • Dolphin-Killing Season Ends Early in Taiji

    The long, bloody killing season in Taiji, Japan, is finally over. Just after the Times? editorial ran, a group of marquee celebrities, spearheaded by music mogul Russell Simmons, penned a letter urging President Obama not to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal until Japan bans the slaughter and capture of dolphins in Taiji.


  • PETITION CIRCULATED ON THE INTERNET ABOUT BVI DOLPHINS

    ?Help the prisoners at Dolphin Discovery Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands? is the heading of an online petition that is making some serious claims against the Prospect Reef?s ?Swim.


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