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30-Nov-2012

  • Hunting Gulf Coast dolphin killers

    Someone has turned a crucial dolphin birthing area off the U.S. Gulf Coast into a killing zone and the race is on to find the culprit or culprits before the marine mammals begin giving birth and the newborn dolphins are put at risk.


  • Race on to find Gulf Coast dolphin killers

    Someone has turned a crucial dolphin birthing area off the U.S. Gulf Coast into a killing zone and the race is on to find the culprit or culprits before the marine mammals begin giving birth and the newborn dolphins are put at risk.


  • Violent dolphin deaths a mystery for scientists

    Gulfport, Mississippi (CNN) ? Someone has turned a crucial dolphin birthing area off the U.S. Gulf Coast into a killing...


  • Dolphin-watching boats harming species? numbers in Moray Firth - report

    UNREGULATED dolphin-watching boats operating in the Cromarty Firth may pose the greatest risk to the Moray Firth?s resident population of 200 bottlenose dolphins, a new report commissioned by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has warned.


  • Dolphin-watching boats may pose risk to species in Moray Firth - report

    UNREGULATED dolphin-watching boats operating in the Cromarty Firth may pose the greatest risk to the Moray Firth?s resident population of 200 bottlenose dolphins, a new report commissioned by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has warned.


  • Dead dolphin washes up at Broughty Ferry

    An eight-foot dolphin carcass washed up on a Tayside beach on Tuesday.


  • Race Is On to Find Gulf Coast Dolphin Killers [Graphic Images]

    Someone has turned a crucial dolphin birthing area off the U.S. Gulf Coast into a killing zone and the race is on to find the culprit or culprits before the marine mammals begin giving birth and the newborn dolphins are put at risk.


  • Dolphin pod comes in close to Auckland beach

    A pod of bottlenose dolphins have been captured cavorting around Takapuna beach this week.The pod of about 10 to 14, including at least two calves, lived along the east coast between Auckland and Whangarei, and were spotted "fairly...


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