Dolphins stranded in shallow waters of Hampton Roads

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Filed by Oren Liebermann Dolphins stranded in shallow waters of Hampton Roads Posted: Updated: A love of animal life brought Sue Barco in the field of marine biology.
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Orion8

Omaha, NE

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Mar 10, 2008
 
Please save the dolphins. They are very smart animals amd something important is causing the beaching. Their beauty is awesome. Please help!
Orion8

Omaha, NE

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Mar 10, 2008
 
Take care of these intelligent animals, please. The beaching is a bad sign & they need us humans to help them. Thanks.
Dellianan of the Sea

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Mar 11, 2008
 
Stop Destroying Our Earth and Her Precious creatures!!
Sarah Flader

Bronx, NY

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Mar 15, 2008
 
I love marine animals they are so cool i can't wait until i go to florida and swim with them

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