SeaWorld rescues young dolphin from Del Mar beach

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UPDATE: The dolphin rescued from a Del Mar beach has died, SeaWorld says.

DEL MAR, Calif. — A SeaWorld crew rescued a young dolphin from a Del Mar beach on Monday. The male short-beaked common dolphin, estimated to be about two years old, was found hypothermic and trembling. The dolphin was taken to a warm-water rehabilitation pool outside SeaWorld’s Oiled Wildlife Care Center as park veterinarians assessed his status and analyzed his blood samples.

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