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Injured dolphin found dead off Manatee County coast

Scientists from the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program have observed area dolphins for decades.Full story

Dead dolphin reported in Pawleys Island

PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC (WMBF) – A dead dolphin was reported on the beach near First Street in Pawleys Island late Thursday morning, an official confirmed Thursday. Full story

PFT: PFT Live 07/24: Armando Salguero, PFT Planet

Mike Florio talks with Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald about the dolphins off season, the excitement surrounding the Dolphins this year, and being able to compete with a Patriots team that is surrounded by a lot of doubt this season. Then, Florio takes calls and tweets from PFT Planet.         Full story

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  Dolphins' 'bro-mance' hences love life

Florida researchers are uncovering new details about the romantic life of dolphins. WTLV's Kate Jeffries reports.

  Doctors perform breakthrough dolphin surgery

Sarah, a 29-year-old dolphin, spent years working with children before her health began to fail. Tests revealed one of her airways had closed off 80 percent, so doctors used advances in human medicine to help her. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.

  Killer whales spotted chasing dolphin pod

An estimated 500 dolphins were seen being chased by several killer whales off the coast of Japan. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Therapy dolphin receives life-saving surgery

Sarah the dolphin, who lives at Island Dolphin Care in the Florida Keys where she is paired with handicapped children for therapy, was having trouble breathing when veterinarians and doctors performed a life-saving surgery usually used on humans. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.

  Navy dolphins find old, rare  torpedo.

Two dolphins from the US Navy’s Marine Mammal Program taking part in a training exercise discover a Howell Torpedo dating back to the late 1800s, buried in the ocean floor. Operation supervisors Braden Duryee and Chris Harris describe the find.  

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