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Oldest dolphin gets a new name

A dolphin, first described from a fossil skull discovered in the 1970s, has been given a new name. However, the mammal retains the title of oldest true dolphin species identified to date.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Dolphin watch: How social behavior affects genetic makeup

Scientists studying bottlenose dolphins that use sponges as tools to protect their sensitive beaks has shown that social behavior can shape the genetic makeup of an animal population in the wild.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

New species of river dolphin discovered

This week scientists revealed the results of a DNA sequencing study. The study showed that a new river dolphin species resides in the rivers of South America.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Fishermen kill 30 more dolphins in Taiji

Tokyo - Fishermen in the small Japanese town of Taiji killed more than two dozen striped dolphins on Thursday, campaigners said, as global outrage over the slaughter grows.
In the Media by Harumi Ozawa (AFP)

Japan dolphin hunt goes on after slaughter: campaigners

Tokyo - Japanese fishermen were out at sea attempting to trap more dolphins on Wednesday, campaigners said, after the bloody slaughter of dozens of the animals the previous day was hidden from view behind screens.
In the Media by Miwa Suzuki (AFP)

US envoy asked to visit Taiji to see 'humane' dolphin hunt

Tokyo - The US ambassador to Japan should visit Taiji to see the "humane" killing methods used in the dolphin hunt, a local fisheries official said Tuesday, days after Caroline Kennedy tweeted her disapproval of the slaughter.
In the Media by Harumi Ozawa (AFP)

US envoy Kennedy tweets concern at Japanese dolphin hunt

Tokyo - US ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy has tweeted her concern at the "inhumaneness" of a Japanese village's traditional dolphin hunt."Deeply concerned by inhumaneness of drive hunt dolphin killing.
In the Media by AFP

Olympic flame carried underwater in world's deepest lake

Russia has taken Olympic flame into the world's deepest body of fresh water, scenic Lake Baikal. The action was the latest dramatic action in the torch relay before the Sochi Winter Games.
In the Media by Mike White

Video: Dolphin masturbating with dead fish

A video uploaded nearly a year ago has recently been gathering some attention. The video involves a dolphin and a dead fish.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

TopFinds: Obama and Boehner continue talks, Dr. Who shows found

US President Barack Obama and Speaker Boehner still at an impasse over the spending bill and ending the government shutdown. Why humans are responsible for shocking dolphin deaths. Missing episodes of Doctor Who found. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
In the Media by David Silverberg

Dolphins use vocal labels to call each other 'by name'

Vocal labeling refers to incidents in which an animal consistently uses a specific acoustic signal when presented with a specific object or class of objects. Research found dolphins use distinctive whistles in much the same way that humans use names.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 3 comments

Stranded dolphin killed by new virus

San Diego - Researchers have isolated a new virus which was associated with the death of a short-beaked dolphin found stranded on a beach in San Diego.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Photo: Outrage over Chinese tourists' abuse of dying dolphin

Chinese netizens have expressed outrage at photos which emerged on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo, showing tourists posing with and manhandling a stranded and dying dolphin at a beach in the southern city of Sanya in Hainan Province.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Watch dolphins race US Navy nuclear submarine USS Minnesota

Watch this enchanting video showing dolphins, playful as ever, racing alongside the US Navy USS Minnesota (SSN 783) Nuclear Submarine at its first sea trials.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 1 comment

Dolphin awaiting rescue from heavily polluted NY canal dies

New York - What officials are calling a short-beaked common dolphin found himself trapped after accidently wandering into a Brooklyn, New York canal on Friday.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 4 comments

Rescue of bottlenose dolphin off the coast of Hawaii (video)

This amazing video, taken during a manta ray dive off the Kona coast of Hawaii, shows a bottlenose dolphin, tied up in fishing line, asking a human diver for help, and the diver carefully freeing him.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Sperm whales adopt dolphin with spinal deformity

A group of sperm whales took in a deformed dolphin when observed by biologists in 2011. While there is a good amount of evidence as to why the dolphin was affectionate toward the whales, it is unclear why the cetaceans took it in.
In the Media by Abigail Prendergast - 2 comments

Video: It's a girl - birth of dolphin calf caught on film

Waikoloa - The miracle of birth is always a joyous thing to witness, and the 50 lucky people at Dolphin Quest Hawaii who where present as Keo gave birth to her calf last week would tend to agree.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 3 comments

Premature dolphin calf dies at Indianapolis Zoo Special

Indianapolis - The Indianapolis Zoo and White River Gardens announced the arrival of two new dolphin calves on the evening of July 12, but according to the zoo, one of the calves was premature and did not survive.
Digital Journal Report by Elizabeth Batt - 4 comments

Japanese town Taiji plans marine wildlife park

Taiji - The Japanese town that acquired notoriety after it was featured in the Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove" that showed scenes of local anglers killing dolphins will soon open a marine park where visitors will be able to swim and play with marine mammals.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

7-foot dolphin stranded in California wetlands draws crowds

Huntington Beach - A dolphin that got stranded in a narrow channel in Southern California wetlands became the center of attention on Friday as several motorists stopped on a busy highway to watch it as it swam in circles in the shallow waters.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Video: Rare spectacle — whales, dolphins play in Hawaiian waters

Images produced by the National Center for science Literacy, Education and Technology (NCSLET) showed a rare form of interaction in the wild between two species. Bottlenose dolphins and humpback whales were captured playing in Hawaiian waters.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 10 comments

Rescued baby dolphin later dies

Earlier this week rescuers cleaned oil off of a baby bottlenose dolphin, but the dolphin died while enroute to a rescue facility called Gulf World Marine Park in Panama City, Florida. A necropsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.
In the Media by Kay Mathews - 5 comments

Dolphin learns to use an iPad to communicate with mankind

Last week, a young bottle-nose dolphin named Merlin became the first of his species to join the growing number of enthusiasts using the Apple iPad when he was able to successfully recognize and touch pictures on the screen to match objects he was shown.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 5 comments

Scientists: High levels of flame retardant found in dolphins

Dolphins found closer to the Miami coast in the United States have high levels of a flame-retardant chemical in their blubber. The chemical may cause sterility in dolphins, according to scientists.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 6 comments

Dolphin Leaps on Boat, Couple Injured

Out for a cruise north of the North Causeway bridge in New Smyrna Beach, a couple was surprised when a dolphin leaped out of the water and into their boat, injuring the pair.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 7 comments

Dolphin, Whale, Porpoise Deaths Increase Study Shows

A study has revealed a disturbing rise in the number of whales, dolphins and porpoises that have been found dead on Cornish beaches.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 2 comments

Dolphin rescues two stranded whales

After two whales got stranded on a beach in New Zealand, authorities tried in vain to get them back to the ocean. Luckily a dolphin rescued the whales, bringing them to safety.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 7 comments

Rare river dolphin 'now extinct'

A freshwater dolphin found only in China is now "likely to be extinct". Or so a team of scientists has concluded. They did a six week survey of the habitat and did not see any of them.
In the Media by RobotGod - 1 comment

Rare "Pink Dolphin" Photographed

This extremely rare and beautiful "pink dolphin" was spotted and photographed by Capt. Erik Rue of Calcasieu Charter Service on June 24th, 2007 during a charter fishing trip on Calcasieu Lake south of Lake Charles, LA.
In the Media by RobotGod - 9 comments
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Chinese tourists manhandle dying dolphin
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Chinese tourists manhandle dying dolphin
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Bottle nose dolphin
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Bottle nose dolphin
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Risso's dolphin
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Close to shore - a bottlenose dolphin leaps from the water in Tobermory harbour  Isle of Mull  Scotl...
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Close to shore - a bottlenose dolphin leaps from the water in Tobermory harbour, Isle of Mull, Scotland.
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A dolphin surfs the wake of a research boat on the Banana River - near the Kennedy Space Center.
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A dolphin surfs the wake of a research boat on the Banana River - near the Kennedy Space Center.
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Maui s dolphin  close to New Zealand.
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Maui's dolphin, close to New Zealand.
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Hang out with dolphins for a little while  and you ll soon observe that games play an important part...
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Hang out with dolphins for a little while, and you'll soon observe that games play an important part in their social interaction. People have observed dolphins playing with leaves, seaweed, and even plastic trash bags, draping them across their rostrums (beaks), dorsal fins, pectoral fins and tail flukes.
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A bottlenose dolphin is rescued by a diver in Hawaii
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A bottlenose dolphin is rescued by a diver in Hawaii
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Dolphin washed ashore after being maimed
Dolphin washed ashore after being maimed
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A dolphin wonders into the heavily polluted Gowanus Canal
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A dolphin wonders into the heavily polluted Gowanus Canal
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In the United States the military program for dolphins is going strong and the same can be said for ...
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In the United States the military program for dolphins is going strong and the same can be said for Russia. Is this the new Cold Dolphin War?
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Chinese tourists manhandle dying dolphin
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Chinese tourists manhandle dying dolphin
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Dolphin washed ashore after being maimed
Dolphin washed ashore after being maimed
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Adult dolphin with dolphin calf
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Adult dolphin with dolphin calf
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Dollphins (free wallpaper)
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This is the skull of the holotype of Eodelphis in lateral view.
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This is the skull of the holotype of Eodelphis in lateral view.
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