Friday, January 09, 2009

Dolphins still in Navesink

A pod of dolphins that was in the Shrewsbury River in June has been living and feeding in the Navesink River. Officials from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration think the dolphins will stay in the area until their food runs out or the weather gets colder. Boaters are encouraged to keep a safe distance from the pod. (Video by Scott Lituchy /The Star-Ledger)

Of the dozen or so tracked late last year, the latest count is down to three or four left, still surviving.

I mean, the idea is that the others have died, not moved on.

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