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28-Mar-2015

  • Florida attractions in April: Stars of 'Dolphin Tale' in Clearwater

    A chance to meet the human and animal stars of "Dolphin Tale 2" and an event geared for car lovers highlight new Florida attractions for the month of April.


  • Dolphin dies due to plastic bags in stomach

    The marine mammal may have mistaken plastic bags floating in the sea for jellyfish, which is part of its diet.


  • Activists Debate the Results of The Cove Dolphin Hunt

    The dolphin hunt in Taiji, Japan, is over for the season, and while some reports suggest the number of animals caught or killed dropped from last season, not every activist working to stop the hunt agrees on why that might be so?or if it?s even true at all. The Oscar-winning 2009 documentary The Cove brought this annual dolphin hunt to worldwide attention. According to a statement from Earth ...


  • Dolphin found dead near Adelaide was shot

    An necropsy has shown a bottlenose dolphin which died in Adelaide's Port River area last December had been shot.


  • How we killed the poor dolphin!

    Kota Kinabalu: The 3-metre dolphin that died days after it beached in Kg Teluk Layang has left a disturbing tale for those concerned about wildlife conservation and sea pollution ? a total of 4.25kg of plastic rubbish discarded by irresponsible humans was found in its belly during a post mortem on Friday.


  • Site Last Updated 12:35 am, Friday

    KOTA KINABALU: The dolphin that was found stranded at Likas Bay here on March 19 died two days ago. This was disclosed by Sabah Wildlife Department assistant director Dr Sen Nathan when asked for updates on the dolphin?s condition.


  • Dolphin found dead in Adelaide's Port River area was shot, examination reveals

    An examination has revealed a bottlenose dolphin which died in Adelaide's Port River area last December had been shot.


  • Western Australia?s dolphin death shame out of the blue

    Dolphins are being killed in trawl nets in north Western Australia in increasing numbers as authorities fail to address the ongoing problem, according to scientists at Murdoch University.


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