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02-May-2008

  • SeaWorld dolphin dies after colliding with another dolphin (Los Angeles Times)

    A 30-year-old female dolphin died Saturday at SeaWorld's Discovery Cove after colliding with another dolphin during an aerial stunt.


  • Dolphin dies after freak accident at water park (ABC 13 Houston)

    A dolphin died over the weekend at a SeaWorld sister park after colliding with another dolphin


  • Prospecting licence raises fears for rare dolphin (The New Zealand Herald)

    Forest and Bird is concerned that a new permit allowing prospecting for minerals off the coast of the North Island could create a new hazard to the Maui's dolphin, which is on the verge of extinction.


  • Tourists see dolphin die in stunt crash (Daily Telegraph)

    HORRIFIED tourists watched as a dolphin fatally collided with another of its kind in a freak accident while performing a mid-air trick at a marine park.


  • Spectator Shock: Dolphin Dies in Aerial Act (ABC News)

    The dolphin died in a collision during a stunt at a Fla. park.


  • Dolphin dies after collision during Sea World trick (CNN.com)

    A 30-year-old dolphin at Sea World has died after colliding with another dolphin while performing aerial tricks, the Orlando, Florida, amusement park said Monday.


  • Dolphin dies in show (The New Zealand Herald)

    A dolphin died at a SeaWorld sister park in Florida after colliding with another dolphin. About 32 visitors were in the lagoon when the two dolphins leapt from the water, Discovery Cove spokeswoman Becca Bides said.


  • Dolphin dies after aerial collision at Discovery Cove (New York Daily News)

    A dolphin died over the weekend at a SeaWorld sister park after colliding with another dolphin during a guest interaction program.


  • Dolphin dies in mid-air collision (Adelaide Now)

    A DOLPHIN was killed when it collided with another dolphin while performing a mid-air trick at a Florida marine park.


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