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12-Apr-2011

  • ?Dolphin Tale? trailer: Already crying?

    The trailer for Dolphin Tale ? based on the true story of Winter the dolphin, who lost her tail and got a prosthetic one ? is like an emotional assault. You start with Morgan Freeman, and we?re already vulnerable. Then there?s a dolphin, one of the most beloved creatures on the planet. Then the sensitive, soft-voiced Harry


  • Traffic alert: Crashes on eastbound Dolphin Expressway, delays on Interstate 95

    A vehicle crash on the eastbound Dolphin Expressway caused a roadblock north of Coral Gables.


  • Dolphin Tales brings razzle dazzle to new Georgia Aquarium show

    Call it ostentatious. Call it sentimental. But don?t call it dull. One thing for certain about Georgia Aquarium?s new AT&T Dolphin Tales ? this ain?t your grandparents? dolphin show.


  • Dead dolphin reveals chinks in safety net

    Patna, April 9: India is the only country in the world which has accorded an aquatic animal ? the Gangetic dolphin ? the status of national animal. But the status appears to have little impact on the threat the mammals face from the poachers in the state.


  • Brewin Dolphin in talks over investment sell-off

    Brewin Dolphin, one of the City's oldest fund managers, is weighing up a sale of its investment banking arm.


  • Dolphin School sports day

    PUPILS at the Dolphin School competed in the glorious sunshine last Wednesday at their annual sports day.


  • Dolphin Deaths Designated An 'Unusual Mortality Event'

    Scientists are baffled by the continuing numbers of dead baby bottlenose dolphins washing up on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico. 406 dolphins were found either stranded or dead between February 2010 and April 2011, prompting the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to designate the deaths as an ?unusual mortality event? (UME). The agency defines such events as a stranding ...


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