In early 1955 three bottlenose dolphins made their way through the waves at the entrance of Hokianga Harbor and into Omapere Bay. Situated on the west coast of the Northland district of the North Island, this bay opens out into the Tasman Sea. 1,098 more words
(CBS) –Just two weeks after a dolphin was born at Brookfield Zoo – and died soon after – now Brookfield is celebrating the apparent healthy arrival of a new dolphin calf. 211 more words
The Sardine Run takes place during June & July in Port St Johns, South Africa.
The Sardine Run action is amazing and you are often surrounded by hundreds of dolphin, sharks, diving birds, whales, game fish, seals and of course millions of sardines that make the Sardine Run one of natures most awesome events. 1,558 more words
November 21st, 2014. Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is offering a $2500 reward for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the illegal and cruel acts that led to the death of a protected bottlenose dolphin. 469 more words
Yesterday I heard that a Bottlenose Dolphin had unfortunately beached on the foreshore of Southmoor at the north end of Langstone harbour. The male Dolphin, measuring 2.7m in length, was first found on Wednesday and has later been removed by the Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme to carry out an autopsy to try to understand the death of this impressive creature. 122 more words