Tuesday, 29 May 2012

May-29 2012

Stranded baby whale could find mum (Northern Advocate)
Department of Conservation rangers remain hopeful that a baby whale found stranded on Ninety Mile Beach 10 days ago has been reunited with its mother.

Dolphin found dead in Rehoboth (Delmarva Now)
A bottlenose dolphin calf was found dead on the beach at Wilmington Avenue, officials said.

Irrawaddy dolphins - The Mekong River's 'spirit'(VietNamNet Bridge)
A special report by Vietnam Net on the Mekong Irrawaddy Dolphin

Connyland eyes dolphin semen import(The Local Switzerland)
English version: Animal park Connyland is considering importing dolphin semen in order to circumvent a proposed prohibition on importing new animals.

New animals arrive at controversial Turkish park(Hurriyet Daily News)
Two sea lions and a sea calf from Ukraine will join the park’s current animals in the park’s entertainment shows. New animals have been introduced to Bodrum's Dolphin Park, the closure of which has been discussed for years.

A large population of bottlenose dolphins living in the Bay of Cadiz (Bajoelagua.com - Spanish)
The second year of study of cetaceans and seabirds in the Gulf of Cadiz has come to an end. After more than a month of study, after to commence on 16 April, this new era has served to confirm that the bottlenose dolphin has a large and stable population in these waters, strengthening studies by CIRCE in the area since 2001.

Moscow Dolphinarium arrives at Barnaul (Amic.ru - Russian)
On May 29, the press center of Barnaul Administration reported that the first day of summer, the young citizens - children, orphans and the disabled will be able to see the festive program with the participation of Kasi the Beluga, Dante the dolphin and Flint the seal. The tour will last the entire month of June. Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday presentation lasting 40-45 minutes, showing at 12:00, 15:00 and 18:00.

3 Finless porpoises washed up at Yeosu(Guangzhou deilrian Cholla - Korean)
Native endangered whales sanggwaengyi 3 dead two days after another discovered a new report to Yeosu Coast Guard said.

A more flexible solution than banning the import of whales and dolphins has not found. The House of the People refused this variant by 99 votes against 72, saying that its majority in dolphinariums and zoos are not adapted to the needs of dolphins and whales, who long for wide open spaces and a suitable living environment for their case.

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