Photo courtesy the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
Suffolk Times: The wayward dolphin that turned up dead in Goose Creek [in Southold, Long Island] last week died of natural causes, researchers have ruled.
The male common dolphin, whose body was found Sunday, January 12, toward the western end of the shallow Southold creek, is also believed to have been the same animal spotted swimming near the creek’s eastern end, on January 3.
Read more about the dolphin found in Goose Creek, Long Island.
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