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18-Nov-2013

  • Dolphin Trapped near Coney Island

    A dolphin who apparently swam in with the tide was trapped in a shallow creek off Coney Island. Police say the dolphin swam under a debris boom blocking the mouth of the creek during low tide. Experts say the creek ?


  • Dolphin deaths leave questions

    VIRGINIA BEACH Nearly three months after scientists identified the cause of this summer?s dolphin die-off, they have a pile of data and a handful of solid answers.


  • Coney Island creek dolphin found dead

    The dolphin that was found wandering in a Coney Island creek was discovered dead this morning, cops said. A bystander first spotted it swimming back and forth near Cropsey Ave....


  • Dolphin Spotted In Coney Island Creek Found Dead

    The dolphin was first spotted just before 11 a.m. Thursday near Cropsey Avenue and Bay 54th Street.


  • Dolphin spotted in Brooklyn creek has died

    The dolphin was pulled from the creek in Coney Island around noon on Friday, a witness told the Daily News.


  • Video: Dolphin spotted in Coney Island creek

    A dolphin appears to be bottled up in a creek near Coney Island. The New York Police Department and Fire Department are on the scene in hopes of getting the animal back to open water. WCBS-TV's Jim Smith reports.


  • Dolphin stuck in Coney Island creek

    A dolphin stranded and swimming in circles in a creek in Brooklyn is feared dead following a massive rescue attempt.


  • Coney Island Dolphin Found Dead

    The baby Bottlenose dolphin that was spotted Thursday about 11 AM was believed to have escaped the muddy creek at Cropsey Avenue and Bay 54th Street, known as the Coney Island Creek in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday evening. It ?


  • Dolphin trapped in Brooklyn creek found dead

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. (PIX11) ? The distressed dolphin that was trapped in a Brooklyn creek was found dead Friday morning, officials confirmed.


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