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13-Nov-2013

  • Dolphin-Killing Virus Spreads South, May Be Infecting Whales Too

    A viral outbreak that?s killing bottlenose dolphins is moving down the U.S. East Coast as the animals migrate south for the winter. Between July 1 and November 3, at least 753 animals have died. Now, scientists are finding the virus ...        


  • Opposition wrong over Maui dolphin protection - Smith

    Claims the Government has not heeded advice to expand the protection for Maui?s dolphin are false and overlook the Government?s proposed extension announced in September, Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith says. "The Government imposed interim additional protections last year out to two nautical miles after a dolphin was killed in a set net off Taranaki. I have since announced the proposal for ...


  • Dolphins 'identified by clicks'

    Two species of dolphin can be indentified from one another by analysing the clicking sounds they make, new research suggests.


  • Dolphin deaths in Virginia decline

    RICHMOND (AP) -- Dolphin deaths off Virginia's coast are declining. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that the number of dolphin deaths has fallen from 172 in August to 31 in October. From July to October, 331 dolphins died. The average for the period is 23. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has said a virus appears to be killing the bottlenose dolphins. Mendy Garron is the ...


  • Dolphin die-offs, human impact?

    This photo, courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, shows a mother and juvenile bottlenose dolphin. A dolphin virus is suspected of causing the deaths of hundreds of dolphins since July. / AFP/Getty Images


  • Opposition wrong over Maui dolphin protection

    Claims the Government has not heeded advice to expand the protection for Maui?s dolphin are false and overlook the Government?s proposed extension announced in September, Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith says.


  • New dolphin species spotted swimming off Australian coast

    A newly discovered species of humpback dolphin has been seen swimming off the northern Australia coast, an international team of scientists reported this week. All humpback dolphins have a characteristic hump just below the dorsal fin, but there are several distinct species in this family of marine mammals, the scientists found. While the Atlantic humpback dolphin has been recognized as a ...


  • SeaWorld San Diego welcomes newborn dolphin

    Seaworld in San Diego has a newborn dolphin.


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