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Lingering Dolphins

On Jan. 15, the last of a group of dolphins left the icy waters of two New Jersey rivers.

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Article | Early last summer, a group of 16 migratory dolphins that usually spend their time cruising off the East Coast ventured up New Jersey's Navesink and Shrewsbury rivers. As the weather turned colder, local residents and federal scientists waited to see if the animals would leave -- but they didn't.

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