While dolphin sightings may be relatively common in the Tampa area, none of them compare to this striking and unusual calf.
One revelation in Netflix's "Seaspiracy" that has shocked viewers is the claim that "dolphin friendly" labels on cans of tuna are not guaranteed.
In the footage, at least three men can be seen beating the critically endangered freshwater Ganges river dolphin as one man pins the animal down.
False killer whales are large members of the dolphin family that are found in open waters throughout the tropics and sub-tropics.
The U.S. Naval Institute claims satellite images show a dolphin facility at a naval base on the country's west coast.
The dad who made this adorable video possible deserves an award.
"If you see dolphins, more often than not, there might be sharks in that same area."
This is the second killing of a Ganges river dolphin since the country's coronavirus lockdown started in March.
"This type of feeding is very risky, as dolphins run the risk of remaining stranded," said researcher Daniele Cagnazzi.
Previously it was thought humans were the only species to put on performances for the purpose of bonding and cooperation.
The whales were observed in the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument, located around 130 miles east-southeast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Police are offering a reward of up to $20,000 to anyone who shares information that leads to those responsible.
"You can see what looks like teeth marks and I just can't think of anything else that could have done this," a witness told British tabloid media. But experts say white sharks are not known in the region.
Report from World Animal Protection reveals cruel practices at aquariums and zoos around the world.
The fatal wound, located above the right eye, measured around 6 inches in length and penetrated through to the top of the skull.
Researchers investigated a unique group of dolphins in Western Australia which use sponges as tools to forage for food.
Below the surface, the oceans are not as quiet as you might think.
"There are few things more magical in this world than hundreds of dolphins racing through the wild Monterey Bay on a foggy fall morning."
Animals can accidentally ingest the toxic algae while feeding.
The whale's pod hasn't had a single viable pregnancy over the past three years.
Dolphin societies are surprisingly complex.
The sea mammals were being trained in a Soviet-era facility in Sevastopol that breeds marine assistants for the navy.