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25-Sep-2008

  • 'Wayward' dolphin found dead (Courier-Post)

    A dead dolphin was found floating in the Navesink River Wednesday morning near where a family of 15 dolphins has been staying since early summer.


  • Dead Dolphin Found Floating In NJ River (NBC 10 Philadelphia)

    A dead dolphin is found floating in the Navesink River near where a family of 15 dolphins has been staying since early summer.


  • Dolphin found dead in NJ river (WABC-TV New York)

    A dead dolphin was found floating in the Navesink River Wednesday morning.


  • Dead Dolphin Found in New Jersey River (WCBS 880 New York)

    A dead dolphin was found floating in the Navesink River Wednesday morning near where a family of 15 dolphins has been staying since early summer. READ MORE>>


  • Dolphin found dead in Monmouth Co. River (Courier-Post)

    A dead dolphin was found floating in the Navesink River in Monmouth County this morning near where a family of 15 dolphins has been staying since early summer.


  • Dolphin dies in NJ river, raising fear for others (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

    ATLANTIC CITY - A young dolphin was found dead in the Navesink River this morning, probably from a group of wayward dolphins that made a wrong turn out of Sandy Hook Bay in June, officials said.


  • Dolphin dies in N.J. river, raising fear for others (USA Today)

    A young dolphin was found dead in the Navesink River on Wednesday morning, probably from a group of wayward dolphins that made a wrong turn out of Sandy Hook Bay in June, officials said.


  • Dolphin Dies In NJ River; Rescue Eyed For Others (WCBS-TV New York)

    A dead dolphin was found floating in the Navesink River Wednesday morning near where a family of 15 dolphins has been staying since early summer. A marine mammal rescue worker said it is likely the dead animal was one of the so-called "wayward dolphins" that have been drawing large crowds since they made a wrong turn out of Sandy Hook Bay in June and wound up in two nearby rivers.


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