Sunday, 27 May 2012

May-27 2012

HUMPBACK watchers are in for a whale of a time with about 17000 of the animals expected to migrate along Australia's east coast in the next few months‎ (Sydney Morning Herald)

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TANGALOOMA Island Resort staff got a pleasant surprise last night when dolphin Tinkerbell arrived at shore with a brand new calf in tow
(Courier Mail)
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A Humpback whale was pulled to shore by a crane, at around 7 am today. A fishing boat used a net 200 meters off the coast of NicoloNada, Minamiawaji, Hyogo Prefecture to bring the whale in. The whale was already dead at the scene of fishery stakeholders.(Kobe Shimbun)
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Shadow, a bottlenose dolphin died early morning on May 19, 2012. Shadow had participated in the show until after September 2010 and was active since coming to Enoshima Aquarium in October 1996. Shadow was unfortunately ill in recent years, but has continued due to medical treatment away from the show. With regard to cause of death is under investigation currently. To everyone who loves a lot of "shadow", I thank you and thanks. (Enoshima Aquarium)
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The calves at Dolphin Academy Curacao have been named. Tela's calf is "Serena", Annie's calf was named "Machu". Both were sired by Copan (Facebook
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Sully, a pilot whale, has died at SeaWorld San Diego on 23-May-2012 (Twitter)

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