The virus is also popping up in other species
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....
NOAA Fisheries is unveiling two new smartphone apps, Dolphin &Whale 911 and See & ID Dolphins &Whales, as a way to assist citizens reporting sick, injured or dead marine mammals and identify and view marine mammals responsibly in the wild. The Dolphin & Whale 911 app enables users to report stranded dolphins, whales, and seals in the Southeastern United States (Alabama, Georgia, Florida ...
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 ?
The dolphin was pulled from the creek in Coney Island around noon on Friday, a witness told the Daily News.
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.
The Eco-friendly Dolphin WaterCare solution enables water savings, water reuse and pollution reduction at facilities; poised to narrow gap in water resource availability. (PRWeb November 18, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/11/prweb11341934.htm
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 ...
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