Wildlife officials have added some bite to their warnings against bothering a family of bottlenose dolphins hanging out in two New Jersey rivers: They say sharks have been known to frequent the area as well.
It may look like a cross between a dolphin and a submarine but this is the latest millionaire plaything making a big splash in the water world.
`A NEW BEGINNING' Celebrate a new beginning for the Dolphins with team alumni Nat Moore and Jimmy Cefalo, the cheerleaders and team executives, including Bryan Wiedmeier, the team's president. Wine and appetizers available.
RED BANK, N.J. - Ever since a family of 15 bottlenose dolphins surfaced in two rivers near the New Jersey shore in June, wildlife officials have urged people not to get too close to the animals.
Wildlife officials have been urging people not to get too close a family of bottlenose dolphins since they surfaced in two rivers near the New Jersey shore in June.
The bodies of a rare whale and dolphin are found washed up on the shores of St Agnes in the Isles of Scilly.
Back to dolphin News Archives