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A female dolphin first learned the trick.
Captain Dave Anderson, of Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari caught this amazing video of a mega-pod of thousands of dolphins and three grey whales using a drone. He says of the video: “This is the most beautiful and compelling five minute video I have ever put together. I learned so […]
A new documentary series by BBC One, called “Dolphins: Spy in the Pod,” reportedly shows young dolphins getting “high” off a nerve toxin released by pufferfish and then passing it around. In a widely-circulated quote from The Sunday Times, zoologist Rob Pilley, who worked as a producer for the series, […]
Don't bogart that fish.
If approved by the Department of Interior.
Dolphin-assisted birth is a very bad idea.
An incredibly rare artifact.
[credit provider=”YouTube/GreekT” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=uqhovv5a_Ls”] On Tuesday we heard about the Ukrainian marine mammal program, which trains dolphins to not only find mines in the water and track down divers, but supposedly these dolphins are also outfitted with weapons that they can be used to kill people and even put a bomb […]
The report that spurred stories about escaped assassin dolphins is supposedly fake, a news report from an online “Independent” newspaper suggests.
[credit provider=”MyFoxNY.com” url=”http://t.co/PLUqIpxQIL”] There are a flurry of tweets that a dolphin has been spotted in the East River near 96th street.
[credit provider=”Wikipedia”] The Ukrainian military has apparently lost three of its trained military attack dolphins in the Black Sea, RIA Novosti reports.Supposedly, the dolphins swam away from their handlers during training exercises earlier this month, though Ukraine’s Defence Ministry denied the reports.
[credit provider=”Australia Broadcasting Newtwork” url=”http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-02-26/whaling-war-intensifies/4541584″] Clashes between Japanese whalers and with anti-whaling ‘pirates’ continued as Japan’s new fisheries minister told Agence France-Presse the island country will never stop hunting and eating whales.”I don’t think there will be any kind of an end for whaling by Japan,” Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries […]
NBC 7 San Diego reports that a video of a group of dolphins, called a pod, spanning seven miles of ocean off the coast of San Diego was recorded Thursday from aboard a tour boat.
[credit provider=”NBC”] Authorities let a dolphin stranded in Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal swim around for nearly eight hours Friday before it got trapped and died.Why didn’t anyone jump in to rescue it, when it was clearly sick and struggling in the horribly polluted canal?
[credit provider=”NBC”] CBS New York is reporting the dolphin that had wandered into Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal Friday has died.They cite another report from 1010 WINS anchor Sonia Rincon that, “The wayward animal stopped moving shortly after 5:30 p.m. after getting wedged between a rock and a pillar below the Union Street […]
[credit provider=”NBC”] Authorities rushed to Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal on reports a dolphin had become stranded Friday afternoon.The animal appears to be bleeding but remains mobile, according to NBC.
The video below was taken in Kona, Hawaii during a night swim. It shows a wild male dolphin approaching the divers and hanging out with them. The divers then notice that the dolphin has a fishing line tied up around his fin, and he waits around patiently as they try […]
Dolphins are amazing animals. They have recently been observed stampeding off the coast of Dana Point in Southern California, giving gifts of food to local people, and swimming through the water with guns attached to their heads.
Passengers on board Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari tour boat were treated to a rare sight this past weekend when around 1,000 common dolphins began to stampede off Dana Point in Southern California.
Dolphins near Tangalooma, a resort located on Moreton Island, are gift givers of the best kind — they bring food to humans. Researchers observing the dolphin population saw 23 occurrences of this gift-giving, in which the dolphins approached humans bearing an octopus or fish they’d caught.