Saturday, May 10, 2008

Dolphin saved in Turkish Cyprus

A four meter long dolphin has been saved after being found stranded ashore near occupied Famagusta.The dolphin was saved by experts from the Turkish Cyprus Coast Guard and the Eastern Mediterranean University’s Underwater Research and Imaging Centre in the occupied areas.

The experts carried the dolphin 3 miles off the coast with the help of a carpet to prevent any injuries.It was then released.Doctor Burak Ali Cicek from the Underwater Research and Imaging Centre told Bayrak Radio that no injuries were detected on the dolphin.

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