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  • 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.

  • Fans receive Miami Dolphin experience at CityPlace (WPTV West Palm Beach)

    CityPlace will make the dreams of many South Florida sports fans come true, today.

  • Wilson receives Navy?s Silver Dolphin insignia (The McPherson Sentinel)

    PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii - On April 3, Blake William Wilson, 2nd Class Naval Petty Officer, was awarded the Silver Dolphin Submarine Warfare Insignia.

  • Four-legged patrons set stadium record (Sun-Sentinel)

    Bark at the Park: There were 27,492 humans and 1,540 dogs at Friday's game, as it was Bark at the Park night, with canines allowed in with an owner. The four-legged patrons, a record number for the event, were included in the overall attendance at Dolphin Stadium, since each dog was charged $6 to enter.

  • 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.



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