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UNITED A bottlenose dolphin known as Kiwi with her adopted calf

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UNITED: A bottlenose dolphin known as Kiwi with her adopted calf Pee-Wee, a dolphin of another species. | Special relationships | Pinterest | Bottlenose ...

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After losing her own calf earlier this year, this bottlenose dolphin has adopted an orphaned baby of another species off the coast of New Zealand.

Dolphin Ohana: Launch Winners

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Bottlenose dolphins, the genus Tursiops, are the most common and well-known members of the family Delphinidae, the family of oceanic dolphin.

DOLPHINS AGAIN CLOSE TO THE HARBOR

Bottlenose dolphins, the genus Tursiops, are the most common and well-known members

Whale struck by Queensland ferry dies (Australia)

TILIKUM: SEAWORLD KILLER WHALE FROM BLACKFISH DOCUMENTARY DIES

Newborn humpback whales 'whisper' to their mothers to avoid being overheard by killer whales, researchers have discovered.

It's always an exhilarating treat to spot a couple of dolphins gracefully dipping in and out of the surf whilst cruising along on a boat trip.

Op-Ed: SeaWorld's Convoluted Logic on Taiji's Dolphin Slaughter

UNITED: A bottlenose dolphin known as Kiwi with her adopted calf Pee-Wee, a dolphin of another species. | Special relationships | Pinterest | Bottlenose ...

TAIJI – JAPAN… THIS LITTLE GIRL IS GOING TO BRING A LOT MORE ATTENTION TO THE WORLD…

Canada: Stop Holding Dolphins, Whales Hostage

Common bottlenose dolphin calf

DOLPHINS AGAIN CLOSE TO THE HARBOR

TRACKING RESCUED DOLPHIN SHOWS PROMISE FOR SURVIVAL

DOLPHIN "JEDOL" FREED TO OCEAN

Killer whales have been frequenting Sechelt Inlet recently, and some boaters have been getting too

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DOLPHIN MEGAPOD SEEN FOR THE FIRST TIME – in pictures

'ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME SHOT' OF DOLPHIN IN SCOTLAND SPITTING OUT A WATER HEART

Rescuers try to aid injured minke whale (Massachusetts, USA)

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Environment Ministry officials will more closely monitor the Ballena National Marine Park to protect arriving whales

Tyonek drinks a fishy formula that includes powdered milk substitute and herring.

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Cephalorhynchus hectori. Photograph by James Shook. Source: Wiki Commons

Photos by Sea Watch

Cover of Raewyn Peart's 2013 book 'The Dolphins of Aotearoa' Source: http:

Photos by Sea Watch

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Cetaceans • SeaWorld Orlando • Florida • United States

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SPERM WHALES 'ADOPT' DEFORMED DOLPHIN

Killer whales have never been violent towards humans in the wild but they have in captivity

This has left the Amazon river dolphins, which can grow to more than 9 feet in length, struggling to find enough food. Surveys conducted in the Peruvian ...

A whale surfaces in the southern branch of the Elizabeth River near the Jordan Bridge in

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Adopt a Māui dolphin

August 13th, 2014. A humpback whale tangled in some fishing nets in Ísafjarðardjúp off the coast of Iceland's Westfjord region may not receive the help it ...

Bob the Orca. Image Department of Conservation

The ocean update

Kaikoura - A dusky dolphin leaping near a Kaikōura beach

Both orcas (commonly known as killer whales) and dolphins are members of the dolphin family Delphinidae -- orcas are the largest members.

Bottlenose dolphins exhibits skills not common to animals

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Sharks have been shown to detect electromagnetic signals given off by prey, which may lead

Kasatka died after a long battle with a bacterial infection

Why I Choose Wild Over Captive

Here is an amusing article from Stuff, a new Zealand web paper, first brought to my attention by my friends at the SharkDiver blog.

Each year, orcas leap through the air for a handful of fish, and dolphins are ridden by human performers as if they were water skis.

Tyonek's caregivers describe him as "very tactile".

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Whale Art

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Public Interaction with Marine Mammals in the Wild

Hurricane Katrina Responsible for More Dolphin Births?

NO to Dolphin Abuse in the TCI

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The calf has gained 27kg since he was rescued after stranding in late September.

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How to Retire a Captive Orca: The Sea Sanctuaries of the Future

"I am me. In all the world, there is no one else exactly like me. Everything that comes out of me is authentically mine, because I alone chose it --

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Zoo Wroclaw has been preparing for the arrival of their new Manatee calf since this past November, when it was confirmed their female was expecting.

Dusky dolphin - Dusky dolphin drawings in Plate 5 of Mammalogy section in Mammalogy and Ornithology

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