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27-Oct-2013

  • Spinner dolphin dead two days after rescue

    A MALE spinner dolphin was found dead by fishermen along the shores of Barangay Tangke, Talisay City, Cebu Saturday morning. The sub-adult sea mammal measured 5.8 feet and weighed 60 kilograms. Talisay City Councilor Danny Caballero said the dolphin washed ashore past 9 a.m.


  • Dolphin deaths spreading to SC

    A virus is crippling unusually high numbers of dolphins along the East Coast, and at least one infec


  • Dolphin calf born at Brookfield Zoo

    Dolphin shows at Brookfield Zoo have been temporarily canceled to allow a male calf born Wednesday to bond with his mother.        


  • Dolphin returns to wild after 6-month rehab

    SAN DIEGO ? A dolphin rescued from a beach near Tijuana in May has returned to the ocean and was swimming some 300 miles from shore today, according to SeaWorld San Diego. The 1-year-old common dolphin named T.J. was believed ?


  • Dolphin-killing morbillivirus arrives in South Carolina

    Dolphin are dying here now too. The creatures are washing up on beaches as far south as Hilton Head Island, killed by the virus morbillivirus plaguing the East Coast pods.


  • Study monitors dolphin activity in WA

    WA researchers hope their dolphin study will help inform developers in the state's South West about the impact on the animals as the region grows.


  • Study monitors dolphin activity in SW

    WA researchers hope their dolphin study will help inform developers in the South West about the impact on the animals as the region grows.


  • Dolphin Rescued From Near-Death Now 300 Miles Off San Diego Coast

    A dolphin rescued from a beach near Tijuana in May has been returned to the ocean and was swimming some 300 miles from shore Wednesday, according to SeaWorld San Diego.


  • Necropsy finds 5 fish hooks in dolphin in Hawaii

    A rare dolphin found dead on a remote Hawaii beach earlier this month swallowed five fish hooks, but they apparently didn't cause its death. A necropsy of the dolphin ? called a false killer whale ? showed ...


  • Airlines Might Just Hold the Secret to Ending Dolphin Captures at the Cove

    If a dolphin were captured by Japanese fishermen and sold at great profit to a faraway amusement park, but no one was willing to fly the animal there, would the fishermen want to capture more dolphins? Probably not.


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