The virus is a measles-like disease that has killed hundreds of dolphins along the East Coast.
Viewers sent in pictures of a dead dolphin floating on its back in the Chesapeake Bay on Wednesday. Hundreds of...
A massive, widespread dolphin plague could make its way to beaches in Southeastern North Carolina, a threat local researchers said they can do little to prepare for beyond watching and waiting.
After Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast last fall, many towns found their community establishments devastated by flooding or winds. Now, a Port business is reaching out to help the library and elementary school of neighboring Oceanside replace the books lost to storm damage. The Dolphin Bookshop on Port Washington?s Main Street has started a book donation program, ?Books with a Porpoise,? to ...
August turned out to be a bad month for dolphins as officials tended to more strandings than normal. ?Usually we have one to two strandings in August,? said Suzanne Thurman, executive director of Marine Education Research and Rehabilitation Institute. ?We more than doubled that amount.? MERR volunteers tended to 22 dolphin strandings in August alone for a total of 32 so far this year, Thurman ...
STEVENSVILLE ? The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is investigating the cause of death of a decomposed dolphin carcass that was washed ashore Aug. 15, along Cloverfields beach on Kent Island.
Count of dead rises to 18 in Md. since July 1, 333 along East Coast Scientists believe a virus similar to measles in humans is responsible for an accelerating die-off in bottlenose dolphins along the Mid-Atlantic coast.
A rare pink dolphin made an appearance this week in a Louisiana lake, giving a glimpse of a famous marine mammal that?s been known to make an appearance now and then. The pink dolphin lives in the waters of Cameron Parish, and was first spotted in 2007 swimming in the Calcasieu Ship Channel. The animal... Read more » Pink Dolphin Makes An Appearance In Louisiana Lake is a post from: The Inquisitr
TOKYO (AP) ? Former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum was in a remote Japanese fishing village Monday to protest against its annual dolphin hunt.
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