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  • Report of another dead dolphin in Navesink River (Daily Record)

    Rumson police reported spotting a dolphin carcass in the Navesink River near the Oceanic Bridge Tuesday night, but it has yet to be recovered.

  • SMIC, takes on Dolphin IP for media player SoCs (EETimes.fr)

    Foundry Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (Shanghai, China) and virtual component supplier Dolphin Integration SA (Meylan, France) have announced a partnership for the release of the digital-to-analog audio converters with low power consumption.

  • What is this thing? Sea Lab identifies it as dead bottlenose dolphin (Mobile Press-Register)

    A dead dolphin washed ashore along Ala. 193 near Dauphin Island on Tuesday. Dauphin Island Sea Lab officials said the dead sea mammal was first spotted on shore on Saturday and it appeared on shore again this week.

  • Short-handed Lady Dolphin track team takes second at district (Gulf Breeze News)

    Gulf Breeze High will send 20 athletes (15 female, five male) to Friday's Region 1-2A meet in Tallahassee as a result of their efforts at the District 1- 2A meet Thursday in Panama City. The Lady Dolphins fell short of repeating as district champs, losing by 18 points (158-140) to West Florida, who also won the boys crown.

  • Central Catholic boys lacrosse beats Nazareth (The Morning Call)

    Central Catholic boys lacrosse coach Dan Dolphin placed his faith largely in the hands of 10 freshmen and sophomores starting this season.

  • Former Flipper Trainer Educates On Dolphin Meat (CBS4 Miami)

    The man who once captured and trained dolphins for the hit television show "Flipper" is now behind a documentary to free dolphins. Now, Miami native Rick O'Berry is on a crusade halfway around the world.

  • Report of another dead dolphin in Navesink River (Asbury Park Press)

    Officials are searching a Monmouth County river for the remains of another dolphin.

  • Marineland's dolphin conservation area has grand opening (The St. Augustine Record)

    Miners once took canaries underground with them to test the air purity.

  • Officials spot remains of dolphin in Navesink River (The Star-Ledger)

    Fourth dead dolphin to surface in the past two weeks



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