I consider myself to be a fairly grounded person, so I'm rarely shocked by anything I see on the internet. But then, this tweet by Emily Anthes appeared in my stream: O_o. The couple planning to do this are entirely serious?and they won't be the first to travel to Hawaii for a dolphin-assisted birth. My professional opinion: this has to be, hands down, one of the worst natural birthing ideas ...
On-lookers cheered as two teenagers helped rescue an injured dolphin from the Mississippi Sound Monday. Allyssa Cook saw the dolphin and swam out to touch it. That is when she realized it was in trouble.
A wounded dolphin washed ashore in Biloxi and died while being carried to a rescue truck.
BILOXI -- The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies confirmed that an adult dolphin washed ashore in Biloxi around 10 a.m. Monday and died in the process of being rescued.
Two teenagers spotted a dolphin in distress Monday in Biloxi, and despite efforts to save the animal, it died. The dolphin was found around 10am in the water just west of Veteran's Avenue.
Photo of dolphin taken off the Penny Bridge at Stony Point Memorial Park on Memorial Day. Sheriffs marine unit was on hand. marine biologist were called in.
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