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10-Sep-2012

  • Deaf dolphin rescued in US will get new home because he wouldn't survive in wild

    NEW ORLEANS - A deaf dolphin found stranded in March off the Louisiana coast is being taken to live among other dolphins at a facility in Mississippi.


  • Deaf dolphin rescued in La. is going to Miss.

    A deaf dolphin found stranded in March off the Louisiana coast is being taken to live among other dolphins at a facility in Mississippi.


  • Deaf, sunburned dolphin rescued in US

    A deaf dolphin found stranded in March off the Louisiana coast is being taken to live among other dolphins at a facility in Mississippi.Suzanne Smith is the rescue coordinator at the Audubon Nature Institute. She says the 2 -year-old...


  • Deaf dolphin rescued in US

    NEW ORLEANS: A deaf dolphin found stranded in March off the Louisiana coast is being taken to live among other dolphins at a facility in Mississippi.


  • Ric O?Barry Op-Ed: A Return to the Dolphin Hunts

    Our Dolphin Project Team and I are returning to Taiji once again to oppose the killing of hundreds of dolphins and to warn the people of Japan about the dangers of eating mercury-contaminated dolphin meat.


  • Japanese Dolphin Hunter Has Epiphany, Now Runs Sightseeing Tours of the Beloved Sea Creature

    In the saga of dolphins versus hunters in Japan, one fisherman in Japan has managed to turn the story around.


  • Deaf dolphin rescued in La. will get new home in Miss. because he wouldn't survive in wild

    NEW ORLEANS - A deaf dolphin found stranded in March off the Louisiana coast is being taken to live among other dolphins at a facility in Mississippi.


  • Rescued deaf dolphin to get new home; wouldn?t survive in wild

    Suzanne Smith is the rescue co-ordinator at the Audubon Nature Institute. She says the 2 -year-old dolphin will be taken Tuesday to the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies because he would be unable to survive in the wild.


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