In this file photo, a dolphin swims along the side of a boat in Broad Creek. Local wildlife experts and scientists urge people to keep their distance from dolphins and manatees, two mammals frequently seen in local waters. A federal law makes feeding or harassing the sea creatures illegal.
In this file photo, a dolphin swims along the side of a boat in Broad Creek. Local wildlife experts and scientists urge people to keep their distance from dolphins and manatees, two mammals frequently seen in local waters. A federal law makes feeding or harassing the sea creatures illegal. File, The Island Packet
In this file photo, a dolphin swims along the side of a boat in Broad Creek. Local wildlife experts and scientists urge people to keep their distance from dolphins and manatees, two mammals frequently seen in local waters. A federal law makes feeding or harassing the sea creatures illegal. File, The Island Packet

Environmental officials warn against harmful dolphin feeding

June 29, 2011 07:56 PM

UPDATED June 29, 2011 08:24 PM

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