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Flickr User Mark Lee
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Dolphin Deaths Continue Along NJ Coast [AUDIO]

The summer season may be over in New Jersey, but the dolphin deaths are not. Nearly 150 have washed onto New Jersey beaches since early July.

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Flickr user: Marion Doss
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Why Are Elks Dying in New Mexico?

Dead dolphins have been washing up on the Jersey coast all summer long, at first stumping marine biologists. After over 90 dolphin deaths, their best guess is a naturally occurring virus. Now here’s one for the old X-Files show

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Flickr User Mark Lee
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Dolphin Deaths Prompt More NJ Action [AUDIO]

New Jersey is extending its resources to respond to the bottlenose dolphin deaths this summer off the East Coast

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Flickr User Peter Harrison
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Virus Likely Causing Dolphin Deaths, Says NOAA

Federal officials say a virus is likely what's causing hundreds of dead bottlenose dolphins to wash ashore along the East Coast.

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A dolphin that washed up onto a beach in Wildwood Crest on Thursday.
A dolphin that washed up onto a beach in Wildwood Crest on Thursday. (Marine Mammal Stranding Center via Facebook)
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Stranding Center Deals with Costs of Dolphin Deaths [AUDIO]

With 64 dolphins washing up ashore this summer, the non-profit organization responsible for the study of these animals is facing additional financial burdens.

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Flickr User lowjumpingfrog
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Former Dolphin Trainer Now Looking Into Mass Die-Off

Once upon a time, he was known as Capt. Bob, the man who trained the dolphins and seals to perform for crowds in Atlantic City.

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Flickr User Peter Harrison
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More Dead Dolphins Found in NJ

More dolphins have turned up dead along New Jersey beaches.

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Dolphin that washed onto a Shore beach on Friday
Dolphin that washed onto a Shore beach on Friday (Jersey Shore Hurricane News via Facebook)
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6 More Dolphins Found Dead On NJ Beaches

Six more dolphins have been found dead on New Jersey beaches in recent days, bringing the total to 52 since July 9.

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A dolphin that washed up onto a beach in Wildwood Crest on Thursday.
A dolphin that washed up onto a beach in Wildwood Crest on Thursday. (Marine Mammal Stranding Center via Facebook)
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Bottlenose Dolphin Strandings Spike On East Coast

An unusually high number of bottlenose dolphins are dying off the East Coast this summer, the deadliest period for the sea mammals since a virus killed off more than 700 in the late 1980s, federal officials said Thursday.

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Dead dolphin found in Avalon
Dead dolphin found in Avalon (WMGM TV)
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4 More Dolphins Found Dead At Shore

Four more dolphins have been found dead on New Jersey beaches, bringing the total to 25 since July 9.

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