Marine Mammal Rescue team releases 4 stranded common dolphins
Earlier today, the International Fund for Animal Welfare Marine Mammal Rescue & Research team responded to a report of the stranding of a group of common dolphins on a beach off of Provincetown, MA. Four of those found were successfully released back into the Atlantic ocean later this afternoon.
One dolphin died, but four others survived and were returned to the ocean after becoming stranded on a Cape Cod beach during low tide Thursday morning, officials said. The pod of five juvenile common dolphins was seen struggling in the sand around 7 a.m.
Early Thursday morning, five dolphins were seen stranded on the beach in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Officials responded immediately, rushing to the beach to care for the animals and transport them back to the ocean.
One dolphin is dead, but four others survived and were returned to the ocean after becoming stranded on a beach in Cape Cod during this morning's low tide, officials said. The pod of five juvenile common dolphins was seen struggling in the sand around 7 a.m.
PROVINCETOWN (CBS/AP) - Rescue crews are working to save four of five dolphins that have stranded themselves off of Provincetown. The dolphins were discovered beached in shallow water on Thursday morning. One of the five dolphins did not survive the stranding.