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26-Sep-2008

  • Official: Dead Wayward Dolphin Had Pneumonia (WCBS-TV New York)

    Back in July, Bob Schoelkopf knew there was something wrong with this particular dolphin. One of a pod of about 15 that had taken a wrong turn from Sandy Hook Bay and wound up in two narrow rivers near the coast, the animal was observed coughing. Schoelkopf, co-director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, reported his concern about the animal's condition to federal wildlife officials, who ...


  • Dolphin Died of Pneumonia (WCBS 880 New York)

    Back in July, Bob Schoelkopf knew there was something wrong with this particular dolphin. READ MORE>>


  • Dolphin dies in NJ river, raising fear for others (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- 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.


  • Dead dolphin in N.J. had pneumonia (Courier-Post)

    Back in July, Bob Schoelkopf knew there was something wrong with this particular dolphin.


  • Dead N.J. Dolphin Had Pneumonia (WNBC)

    Officials have determined that the dead dolphin found in the Navesink River died from pneumonia.


  • Dolphin found dead in N.J. river (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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


  • Dead NJ dolphin had pneumonia (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

    The bottlenose dolphin that was found dead in the Navesink River on Wednesday died from pneumonia.


  • Dolphin's death prompts calls for action (Asbury Park Press)

    The body of a bottlenose dolphin washed up along the Navesink River Wednesday morning ... VIDEO: Dolphins in the river I PHOTOS: July 5 I July 3 I July 2


  • Dolphin in Navesink River had pneumonia (The Star-Ledger)

    The dead dolphin that washed ashore in Fair Haven had pneumonia and showed symptoms of the illness nearly three months ago, officials said. Without complete necropsy results, animal rescuers and federal wildlife officials cannot definitively say whether the pulmonary condition...


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