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21-Mar-2014

  • Ex-dolphin hunter denounces Japanese tradition

    The Japanese practice of dolphin hunting is again under criticism, with an ex-hunter calling the practice inhumane. Photo by Flickr user Thomas Hawk. The annual Japanese dolphin slaughter in Taiji Cove that has drawn international ire, has yet another detractor. Izumi Ishii, an ex-dolphin hunter, has gone on record contradicting the Japanese government?s claims that the practice is a century-old ...


  • 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 ...


  • Public warned not to swim with ?jumpy? Doolin dolphin

    Dusty the Doolin dolphin has become ?jumpy? and wary of human contact in the wake of a number of high-profile incidents involving members of the public last year.


  • Surfing collision with dolphin 'like being hit by a motorbike'

    A man who collided with a dolphin on the New South Wales south coast says he was at fault in the potentially deadly encounter.


  • Bottlenose dolphin washes up on Hilton Head Island

    HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) - A marine biologist says a bottlenose dolphin has died after washing up on Hilton Head Island. The dolphin was alive when it washed up on the beach Monday morning, The Island Packet of Hilton Head (http://bit.ly/1g5X1QE) reported. Wayne McFee with the ...


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