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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Institute for Marine Mammal Studies studying health of Mississippi dolphinsThe Mississippi Sound is home to one of the largest populations of bottlenose d
Institute for Marine Mammal Studies studying health of Mississippi dolphins
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 30 minutes ago
The Mississippi Sound is home to one of the largest populations of bottlenose dolphins in the world. The mammals have faced serious challenges in recent years; everything from the BP oil spill, to red tide, to harmful pollution runoff from the... Read more
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The Maui News
Support, opposition to draft dolphin approach rule heardthe rule would prohibit anyone, including swimmers, snorkelers, boats or drones
Support, opposition to draft dolphin approach rule heard
The Maui News / Posted 4 days ago
the rule would prohibit anyone, including swimmers, snorkelers, boats or drones, from approaching a Hawaiian spinner dolphin within 50 yards. It would apply to waters within 2 nautical miles from shore, where many dolphins gather during the... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Marine mammal expert: Underwater port noise is a legitimate concernalong the nearby Coast, they sometimes travel underwater into the adjoining Mis
Marine mammal expert: Underwater port noise is a legitimate concern
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 5 days ago
along the nearby Coast, they sometimes travel underwater into the adjoining Mississippi Sound. “We have one of the largest dolphin populations in the United States that inhabits the Mississippi Sound. Plus, it's also a nursing ground for these... Read more
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redOrbit
Did this researcher discover a dolphin language? We don't think so.September 19, 2016Did this researcher discover a dolphin language? We don’t thi
Did this researcher discover a dolphin language? We don't think so.
redOrbit / Posted 6 days ago
September 19, 2016Did this researcher discover a dolphin language? We don’t think so. by John Hopton Communication used between dolphins - their whistles, clicks and body postures - fascinates scientists and nature lovers alike. But is thinking of... Read more
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Scotsman
Warm weather leads to spate of dolphin sightings in Forth Increase in Dolphin sightings have been reported in the Firth of Forth. Pictur
Warm weather leads to spate of dolphin sightings in Forth
Scotsman / Posted 14 days ago
Increase in Dolphin sightings have been reported in the Firth of Forth. Picture: Scottish Seabird Centre tour boat guide Gavin McDougall. Scots who have delayed donning their winter woollies... Read more
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Market Watch
Why home investors should consider a surprisingly family-friendly Las Vegasgigantic shopping emporiums and electric neon signs, makes up just 4.2 miles of
Why home investors should consider a surprisingly family-friendly Las Vegas
Market Watch / Posted 14 days ago
gigantic shopping emporiums and electric neon signs, makes up just 4.2 miles of the entire 135.9 square miles of city. GLS research states 37% of visitors to Las Vegas in 2015 were between ages 35 and 55 with a median income of $80,000, and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jim Roberts: Myths no help to struggling sea lionslions distort the science and may divert resources into ineffective conservatio
Jim Roberts: Myths no help to struggling sea lions
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
lions distort the science and may divert resources into ineffective conservation measures. • Dr Jim Roberts is a National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research fisheries scientist whose research with New Zealand sea lions has included... Read more
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iol.co.za
How my penguin quest sent me to Falkland Islandsthere is very minimal land mass for breeding,” said Megan Tierney, a marine eco
How my penguin quest sent me to Falkland Islands
iol.co.za / Posted 19 days ago
there is very minimal land mass for breeding,” said Megan Tierney, a marine ecologist with the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute in Stanley, the capital. During this period, the archipelago transforms into a giant maternity ward (and... Read more
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ajc.com
On the Falkland Islands, a quest to see many kinds of penguinsthere is very minimal land mass for breeding,” said Megan Tierney, a marine eco
On the Falkland Islands, a quest to see many kinds of penguins
ajc.com / Posted 24 days ago
there is very minimal land mass for breeding,” said Megan Tierney, a marine ecologist with the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute in Stanley, the capital. During this period, the archipelago transforms into a giant maternity ward (and... Read more

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