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26-Apr-2011

  • Stranded dolphin rescued with canoe

    RIVERVIEW, New Brunswick, April 23 (UPI) -- A dolphin stuck in river mud in eastern Canada was rescued by a fisheries officer using a borrowed canoe.


  • Stranded dolphin freed in Riverview canoe rescue

    A dolphin stranded in mud in New Brunswick's Petitcodiac River has been rescued.


  • Distressed Dolphin In Long Beach Found Dead

    A dolphin was found dead in Long Beach after reports of the distressed mammal swimming in circles Saturday morning.


  • Fred. Olsen Energy ASA: New Drilling Contract for Blackford Dolphin

    OSLO, Norway--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Regulatory News: Dolphin Drilling Ltd, a subsidiary of Fred. Olsen Energy ASA , has entered into a Letter of Intent for the provision of the semi-submersible Blackford ...


  • Review lays no blame for San Diego dolphin deaths

    The Navy has concluded that it would have been dangerous to stop an underwater training blast believed to have killed three or four dolphins last month off San Diego Bay.


  • Dolphin calf acclimating to zoo

    A rescued dolphin calf has two basic skills to learn before it?s unveiled to the general public, but Indianapolis Zoo officials gave a sneak peak on Thursday. Read more at www.WISHTV.com


  • Navy finishes review of San Diego dolphin deaths

    The Navy has concluded that it would have been dangerous to stop an underwater training blast believed to have killed three or four dolphins last month off San Diego Bay.


  • Dolphin In Distress Draws Crowd In Long Beach

    A dolphin in distress is drawing a big crowd in Long Beach.


  • Beached dolphin dies in Newport

    A dolphin beached itself before it died at Newport Beach on Sunday afternoon, said Mike Teague, animal control officer for the city of Newport Beach.At about 2:30 p.m. officials received a call about a live dolphin near 15th Street, he said.A crowd tried to push it back into the water but the...


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