Good news, post-Katrina- NationalGeographic.com carries the above photo and the inspiring news that the 8 dolphin residents at Marine Life Oceanarium in Gulfport, Mississippi, who were swept into the Gulf of Mexico, have been rescued.
"All eight dolphins survived and were spotted swimming in the Gulf by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists during an aerial survey of the hurricane damage. Oceanarium staff members are now working with NOAA and other organizations to tend to the marine mammals until they can be taken to nearby saltwater pools for medical care."
These animals are amazingly resilient. Hope this brightens everyone's day. Thanks to National Geographic for the info.