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29-Apr-2013

  • Op-Ed: Why India Needs to Ban Dolphin Captivity Now, Before It?s Too Late

    Ric O?Barry, former Flipper trainer and star of the Oscar-winning documentary The Cove, is asking that India take further steps to prevent the dolphin captivity industry from entering the nation.


  • Dolphin Digital Media Secures International Television Distribution For Award-Winning Digital Series Cybergeddon

    MIAMI, April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dolphin Digital Media (Dolphin), a global entertainment leader focused on innovative storytelling for the young, always connected audience, has secured international ...


  • Four more dolphin carcasses found

    FOUR more dolphin carcasses have washed up on beaches, as scientists continue to carry out tests into last month's mass death of marine life.


  • Virus blamed for dolphin deaths in SA

    A virus not previously detected in SA has been blamed for dolphin deaths along local beaches.


  • Mass dolphin deaths under investigation

    More than 20 dolphin deaths have been reported in recent weeks in South Australian waters.


  • Dolphin callers wanted in Manhattan Beach

    Calling all aspiring dolphin callers: you're wanted at a Earth Day event Saturday at Manhattan Beach's Polliwog Park.


  • Silver Dolphin Books Receives Top Accolades For Little Critter Reading Adventure and GamePak Apps, Featuring Mercer ...

    SAN DIEGO, April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Silver Dolphin Books is quickly receiving top accolades from respected children's educational app review sites for its first two fun-filled interactive apps for ...


  • Entangled dolphin spotted in St. Augustine

    ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Biologists are trying to keep a dolphin, near St. Augustine, from getting seriously hurt.


  • Dolphin notch league double in difficult conditions

    Dolphin 6 Garryowen 15 Munster?s Barry O?Mahony scored a try in each half as Garryowen secured a league double over Dolphin at Musgrave Park.


  • Fungi?s frolics still going strong as tourists flock to Dingle for festival

    Internationally renowned dolphin Fungi, who has spawned a multi-million euro tourism industry in Kerry over the past 30 years, could be cavorting for decades to come.


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