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01-May-2012

  • Bullied dolphin hides from tormentors near Huntington Beach (+video)

    A dolphin nicknamed 'Freddie,' spent the weekend swimming in shallow waters near Huntington Beach, in the Bolsa Chica wetlands. When the dolphin tried to leave, a pod of dolphins chased him back toward shore.


  • Bullied dolphin hides from tormentors near Huntington Beach

    A dolphin nicknamed 'Freddie,' spent the weekend swimming in shallow waters near Huntington Beach, in the Bolsa Chica wetlands. When the dolphin tried to leave, a pod of dolphins chased him back toward shore.


  • Wayward dolphin may have been bullied by others

    A dolphin that for days has lingered in a shallow channel in the Bolsa Chica wetlands may have been bullied and prevented from leaving by fellow dolphins, according to one marine mammal rescue specialist on the scene. When rescue crews...


  • Japan 'Cove' town plans dolphin park

    The dolphin-hunting Japanese town of Taiji, made infamous by the Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove", plans to open a marine mammal park where visitors can swim with the creatures, a media report said.


  • Dolphin lingers in SoCal channel

    A dolphin's determination to stay in a narrow channel in Huntington Beach, California, for the past four days baffles marine experts who are closely watching the animal.


  • Dolphin refuses to leave Southern California channel

    A dolphin's determination to stay in a narrow channel in Huntington Beach, California, for the past four days baffles marine experts who are closely watching the animal.


  • Dolphin's death 'natural'

    The death of a dolphin found on a South Taranaki beach was due to natural causes, the Conservation Department confirmed yesterday.


  • Dolphin spends third day in California wetlands

    A wayward dolphin is spending a third straight day in a narrow wetlands channel along the Southern California coast, under the watchful eyes of wildlife experts.


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