CHOCTAWHATCHEE BAY, Florida - A dolphin just days away from giving birth was found dead by wildlife investigators and now a reward is being offered to find the killer. NOAA?s Office of Law Enforcement said the female bottlenose dolphin was found with a bullet lodged in her lung. Officers said she was likely shot in [?]
A pregnant bottlenose dolphin was found dead on Miramar Beach in the panhandle-area, wildlife officials said. A necropsy revealed the dolphin died of a gunshot wound. She was within weeks of giving birth, said officials. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Law Enforcement said the dolphin was shot on the upper right side, likely with a small caliber firearm. The ...
Blue Dolphin Energy Company announced financial results for the third quarter financial period ended September 30, 2014.
The Whale and Dolphin Conservation confirms that their group is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of who ever killed a protected bottlenose dolphin that was within weeks of giving birth. NOAA's Office of Law Enforcement is investigating the death of the dolphin found dead on Miramar Beach in the panhandle-area of Florida.
Santa, Mrs. Claus and their favorite elf, Kandy Kane, are jetting off to Florida this December to escape the cold and join guests for Holiday Happenings at Santa's favorite resort -- the Walt Disney World ...
A bottlenose dolphin calf born at SeaWorld San Diego last month is a male, park officials announced Wednesday.
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Courtesy of Google MapsCURRIMAO, Ilocos Norte -- A male pantropical spotted dolphin was rescued by local fishermen upon stranding at the beach shore of Barangay Maglaoi, Currimao, Ilocos Norte last Friday.Ilocos Norte?s Provincial Fishery Regulatory Coordinator Arthur Valente confirmed Saturday that the rescued dolphin was very weak and needed to recover its strength before returning to the sea ...
Since the movie "Dolphin Tale" came out, Kevin Carroll says his patient list has changed quite a bit.
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A bottlenose dolphin calf born at SeaWorld San Diego last month is a male, park officials announced Wednesday. The determination was made after DNA of the mother's placental blood was analyzed, according to SeaWorld.
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