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Animal welfare groups Wildlife Watcher (Singapore) and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society said in a report that the health of dolphins at Dolphin Lagoon is "appalling". Underwater World Singapore said one of the dolphins singled out is receiving treatment for skin cancer.
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"Health checks are conducted regularly and the results show that, apart from the cancer, which is being specifically treated, the dolphin is generally in good health," a spokesman said. It is now being treated by a marine mammal veterinarian. Get the full story from The Straits Times . Pink dolphin at Underwater World Singapore has non-contagious skin cancer SINGAPORE - Underwater World ...
SINGAPORE - Underwater World Singapore (UWS) has come under fire after animal welfare groups accused them of keeping their animals in poor conditions. They have since responded by stating that one of their pink dolphins is suffering from a non-contagious form of skin cancer, according to The Straits Times. The marine mammal is currently undergoing regular health checks and is said to be in good ...
Scientists have developed a method of capturing a dolphin's breath and analyzing its chemistry, as a way of helping to treat ailing dolphins and to learn more about their biology.
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