Subject: Info: Stranded Dolphins (Texas)

Michael Williamson (whe_william)
Mon, 1 Dec 1995 13:50:44

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Two standed dolpins doing well
 
     GALVESTON, Texas, Nov. 25 (UPI) -- The Texas Marine Mammal Stranding
Network (Saturday) said an adult male bottlenose dolphin named Nemo is
being treated for a liver infection and could be released into the Gulf
of Mexico by early next year. Nemo was found stranded on Oct. 29, and a
young male bottlenose dolphin named Cole has been under the TMMSN's care
for a record 116 days, and rescuers says he is developing like a normal
healthy baby dolphin.