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The Bastards Finally Killed Moko!

Posted by te2ataria on July 10, 2010

Dolphins live up to 30 years, unless murdered

We said it was only a matter of time before the local visitors killed Moko the dolphin!

‘Moko was just four years old – a teenager in human terms – when he was found dead on Matakana Island, near Mt Maunganui, this week. ‘ —Report

On December 15, 2009, the Blog Moderators posted: How Long Will NZers Let Moko Live?

‘Moko Was Killed This Morning!’

Can You See the Coming Headlines?

It’s only a matter of time before Moko is abused to death by the sick visitors!

Before moving to Gisborne, Moko lived in Mahia; however, he finally left Mahia in late August 2009 after more than two years.

In Mahia Swimmers were  “roughhousing” with Moko, scarring his skin with sharp fingernails, watches and items of jewelery.

Blog received the following note from a regular reader in Australia:

“Hi TEAA,

‘How Long Will NZers Let Moko Live?’

I just read the following report posted on yahoo news, and it upset me so much had to post it to you.

I was also angry with the following rhetoric broadcast by our own media: Has Moko the dolphin flipped?

Could you blame him if he had flipped?  Regards H.C.”

NOW, Moko is Dead!


Moko, a bottlenose who normally spends her time playing, bailed out two pygmy sperm whales that humans were struggling to help.The whales, a mother and calf, were stranded on Mahia Beach and had been in the care of human rescuers for over an hour. Initally successful, the workers were horrified to see the whales beach themselves again on a sandbar four times, indicating that they were probably on their way to an agonizing, complex death. It was at that point, Moko, who was described by an official on the scene as “altruistic” appeared, and let the pygmy sperm whales 200 yards down the beach to an open channel. There have been many instances of dolphins assisting weak swimmers, which may be instinctual, but this appears to be the first instance of interspecies help. Source of image and caption. May be subject to copyright.

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Sick kiwis harm generous dolphin

Posted by te2ataria on December 20, 2008

Moko the friendly dolphin brings fish to swimmers, but she is  roughly treated in return

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Moko the dolphin frolics with swimmers at Mahia Beach, where the friendly bottlenose dolphin continues to wow the crowds. Photo: GLENN SIMMERS/Wairoa Star. Image may be subject to copyright.

Moko, a three-year-old bottlenose dolphin,  has been swimming off  Mahia Beach for more than 18 months.

Moko is a generous dolphin, according to a local authority staff member.

“She has actually been bringing fish to people. People have had kahawai and gurnard brought to them and some lucky people have had him bring them seahorses,” he said.

Unfortunately, swimmers have been “roughhousing” with Moko, scarring his skin with scratches caused by sharp fingernails and jewelery.

“We are a bit concerned that some people are getting into rough play with him – they jump on his back or grab his dorsal fin,” another local official said.

“She can play rough right back – she’s a big, powerful animal, she probably weighs 150 kilograms. She could damage someone.


Moko, a bottlenose who normally spends his time playing, bailed out two pygmy sperm whales that humans were struggling to help.The whales, a mother and calf, were stranded on Mahia Beach and had been in the care of human rescuers for over an hour. Initally successful, the workers were horrified to see the whales beach themselves again on a sandbar four times, indicating that they were probably on their way to an agonizing, complex death. It was at that point, Moko, who was described by an official on the scene as “altruistic” appeared, and let the pygmy sperm whales 200 yards down the beach to an open channel. There have been many instances of dolphins assisting weak swimmers, which may be instinctual, but this appears to be the first instance of interspecies help. Source of image and caption. May be subject to copyright.

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