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'Disoriented' dolphins beach themselves, die, during Newfoundland storm

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LEWISPORTE, N.L. - Seven dolphins were found dead Tuesday in a small Newfoundland fishing village, after beaching themselves during rough weather. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans said the white-sided dolphins died at Boyd's Cove, 60 kilometres northwest of Gander in central Newfoundland,
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