A new species of humpback dolphin has been identified off the northern coast of Australia, researchers have announced.
NEW YORK, Oct. 29 (UPI) -- A type of humpback dolphin inhabiting the waters off northern Australia is a species new to science, wildlife experts say.
Researchers have announced the discovery of a new species of humpback dolphin off Australia's northern coast.
A dolphin calf was born at the Brookfield Zoo this morning, officials said.
Researchers have identified a new species of humpback dolphin off the coast of Australia. The discovery ends a long-standing dispute over how many species of humpback dolphin exist in the wild.
The verdict is in regarding the recent extinction of a Chinese river dolphin: humans, not a glitch in the animal's genes, were responsible. Researchers reconstructed the entire genome of a baiji (Lipotes vexillifer), or Yangtze River dolphin, using tissue remains from a specimen frozen since 1985. The baiji, poetically known as the "Goddess of the Yangtze," is a symbol of the challenge of marine ...
A species of humpback dolphin previously unknown to science is swimming in the waters off northern Australia, according to biologists.
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