Stranded dolphin receiving round-the-clock care

- A dolphin found stranded on the east side of Tampa Bay is getting around the clock care at Mote Marine.

A fisherman found the dolphin stranded during low tide last Thursday. It's an adult male and weighs about 285 pounds. Tests show it has an infection and pneumonia.

Scientists nicknamed him "Feeny." They say he's improving, though. He's been swimming on his own and is eating, but he remains in critical condition.

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