PERTH, Australia (Reuters) - Dolphins in one western Australian population have been observed holding a large conch shell in their beaks and using it to shake a fish into their mouths -- and the behavior may be spreading.
Researchers from Murdoch University in Perth were not quite sure what they were seeing when they first photographed the activity, in 2007, in which dolphins would shake conch shells at the surface of…Continue
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By Amanda Jones, Special to the Los Angeles Times
August 14, 2011
Reporting from Roatán,…Continue
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Heal the Bay and Ford invite you to
Drive One 4 Your Beach!
You love the beach, you can protect it!
Volunteers that test drive a new Ford during any Nothin’ But Sand summer cleanup will beautomatically entered for a chance to win an all-new eco-friendly Ford.
For every test drive completed, Ford will donate $50 to Heal the Bay to keep LA’s beaches clean.
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