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20-Mar-2015

  • Two Pakistan fishermen rescue stranded dolphin

    KARACHI, Pakistan - A dolphin that beached in the Sonmiani area of Balochistan was rescued and helped swim back to the sea on Tuesday. The species identified as an Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin was about 5.5 feet long. It's a near threatened species, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List. "The incident took place at a distant place in Miani Hor (a swampy lagoon ...


  • Dolphin found stranded in Kota Kinabalu

    KOTA KINABALU - A team of biologists are frantically trying to save a stranded dolphin that was found in shallow waters near Likas Bay not far from here. Villagers found the dolphin, measuring three metres and believed to be a female, at a reef area barely able to move at about 5.30am on Thursday. They called the Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Marine Research Unit and the Wildlife Department ...


  • What fishing line can do to a baby dolphin

    A dolphin calf was rescued Friday off the eastern coast of Florida after its rostrum became entangled in a monofilament fishing line.


  • Wounded dolphin saved

    Kota Kinabalu: A 3-metre dolphin was found stranded by villagers along the rocky shoreline near Kg Teluk Likas, here, Thursday.


  • Wounded dolphin stranded in Likas waters

    ?KOTA KINABALU: A wounded dolphin was found stranded in shallow waters near Likas here, this morning.


  • Two fishermen rescue stranded dolphin - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

    KARACHI: A dolphin that beached in the Sonmiani area of Balochistan was rescued and helped swim back to the sea on Tuesday. The species identified as an Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin was about 5.5 feet long.


  • Lots of dead fish and a dolphin wash up mysteriously on OBX beaches

    A large number of dead fish and a dead dolphin have washed up on the beaches of the Outer Banks over the past few days.


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