Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Sep-10 2012

US judge rejects whale suit against Navy sub training site
Reuters UK - 11 hours ago
ATLANTA (Reuters) - The U.S. Navy can build a $100 million submarine training range off the coast of Southern Georgia and Northern Florida

Whale surveys spot killer whales in Alaska Arctic
Juneau Empire - 43 minutes ago
In this photo taken Aug. 20, 2012 and provided by NOAA Fisheries, four killer whales, part of a group of 13, swim in the Beaufort Sea off the coast of Barrow

Dolphin research institute soon in Patna University
Times of India - 6 hours ago
PATNA: The state government is likely to set up a dolphin research centre in Patna University (PU)

Divers warned against amorous dolphin
Caymanian Compass - 3 hours ago
The Cayman Islands Department of Environment is stepping up its appeal to the public to avoid feeding or interacting with an amorous solitary dolphin

Fishermen react to feds rejection of porpoise plan
Boston.com - 1 hour ago
The Northeast Seafood Coalition made the proposal after regulators announced the two-month closure to protect porpoises in the Gulf of Maine,

Whales continuing to receive round-the-clock care at SeaWorld Orlando
"Three older juveniles were offered solid food Thursday, but continued to be fed by tube every four hours. The fourth and youngest whale, a female still nursing when stranded, also is being tube-fed while SeaWorld rescue team members try to get her to take neonatal formula from a bottle."

Dolphin Swim for Coral World
Plans are in the works for a dolphin swim at Coral World Ocean Park on St. Thomas, manager Trudie Prior said.

In the seaside Dolphinarium brought young belugas
Vladivostok, RIA-Media - 10 hours ago
On the eve of the Sea of Okhotsk, off the island of Chkalov, caught 12 dolphins, whales. Valuable animals were loaded on a research vessel "Bukhara" and brought in Primorye.
All whales are now in separate pools. Three of them remain in the bay average near Nakhodka, where there lives 30 marine mammals. The remaining nine will go after adaptation to foreign zoos and dolphins

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