Dolphin predicts Chiefs will be Super Bowl champions
Dolphin predicts Chiefs will be Super Bowl champions Nicholas the dolphin has picked the Kansas City Chiefs as this year's Super Bowl champs. He has correctly picked the winner in his last six sports predictions. CBSN's Tanya Rivero reports.cbsnews.com
PHOTOS: Baby dolphin calf in need of help in Galveston area, local nonprofit says
GALVESTON, Texas – A baby dolphin is in need of assistance in Galveston, according to a local nonprofit’s social media posting. The Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network said on Facebook that a dolphin calf was spotted with debris wrapped tightly around its neck. The calf, as seen in this photo from the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. (Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network)The calf, as seen in this photo from the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. (Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network)11/18 Dolphin calf update: TMMSN is so grateful for the community’s response.
A fisherman accidentally catches an endangered dolphin, then carries it back to safety
PURNIA, India – A man from northeastern India made the best choice to save an endangered dolphin after accidentally catching it with his fishing net, FOX News and India’s Southwest News Service reported. The incident occurred on July 3 at the Ganges River. The dolphin, later identified as a Ganges river dolphin, was listed as Endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and protected by the Indian Wildlife Act. When it became entangled by the fishing net, a massive crowd gathered at the area to get a glimpse of the mammal. Once the fisherman saw the dolphin, he carried the mammal safely and released it back into the water.
Meet Trooper, a baby dolphin being nursed back to health in Galveston
GALVESTON, Tx – A baby dolphin was rescued by the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network (TMMSN) last week in Galveston. According to their Facebook post, TMMSN said the dolphin, named Trooper is estimated to be around eight to 12 weeks old. “[Trooper] continues to receive around-the-clock intensive care at our rehab center in Galveston and is showing signs of improvement,” the post said. It has been a week since Trooper’s rescue (although it feels like ages ago!). You can donate to Trooper’s cause via Facebook or by clicking here.