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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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Marine Mammal Stranding Center Faces Budget Concerns [AUDIO]

The Brigantine-based Marine Mammal Stranding Center is dealing with financial hurdles after an unusually busy summer.

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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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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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Marine Mammal Stranding Center (Marine Mammal Stranding Center via Facebook)
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6 Dolphins Die Along Jersey Shore In Week

Officials are trying to determine if the deaths of six dolphins along the New Jersey shore in one week are linked to commercial fishing.

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Wild grey seal delivered to Albuquerque Zoo (Image courtesy of KOB-TV)
Wild grey seal delivered to Albuquerque Zoo (Image courtesy of KOB-TV)
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Rescued Seal Sent From NJ to New Mexico Zoo

FedEx has delivered an unusual package to Albuquerque: a partially paralyzed wild grey seal.

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