The dolphin swam into the lower reaches of the River Lee from Cork Harbour where dolphins and seals are often spotted.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of dolphins have been filmed racing through California’s Monterey Bay.Read the full story ›
The walker was found hanging on to a wall in the harbour near Berwick Pier on Sunday morning.Read the full story ›
As it enters mating season, the animal has been butting up alongside boats and chasing swimmers.Read the full story ›
The fishing industry says it's not responsible for the deaths - but who is?Read the full story ›
The bottlenosed dolphin has been seen by researchers a month after it was burnt while stranded on mudflats at the Cromaty Firth.Read the full story ›
The young dolphin was saved from certain death after a kind tour guide gave him a helping hand back on his way.Read the full story ›
The young dolphin was apparently hauled out the sea so a mob could take photographs with it. *These images may disturb some readers*Read the full story ›
A woman has posted footage of the moment she says a dolphin retrieved her mobile phone from the Atlantic Ocean.Read the full story ›
Animal welfare groups are calling on the International Olympic Committee to stop the planned use of captive dolphins at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games next month.
Endangered Black Sea bottlenose dolphins are due to be used in a display during the Olympic Torch relay in Russia, the Born Free Foundation said.
“Keeping whales and dolphins in captive conditions, where their biological and behavioural needs are compromised, is extremely detrimental to their long-term survival," said Born Free spokesman Daniel Turner.
"The IOC must give full consideration to the welfare of animals in this Olympic Games.”