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04-Aug-2008

  • Feds look into dolphin deaths (Florida Today)

    Federal officials have begun an investigation into what is killing dolphins in the Indian River Lagoon. There have been 35 dolphin deaths reported since early May, from Palm Bay to Oak Hill, all but two in Brevard County.


  • Dolphin calf born at aquarium in Baltimore (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

    BALTIMORE -- Watching for the first breath seemed like forever, but after a normal, tail-first delivery, a healthy female dolphin was born at the National Aquarium in Baltimore -- taking its first breath after only five seconds of life.


  • Malta dolphin park listed among 'cruellest' destinations (Times of Malta)

    The Mediterraneo park is very popular with locals and foreigners. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli. The Mediterraneo Marine Park in Bahar in-Caghaq has been listed as one of seven cruel destinations by the largest animal rights organisation in the world.


  • Dolphin Stadium to host second round of 2009 World Baseball Classic (Sun-Sentinel)

    Dolphin Stadium and the Marlins will play host to second-round games of the World Baseball Classic in March.


  • Newborn dolphin reported well (Baltimore Sun)

    Survival through 1st year depends on mother, aquarium officials say A female dolphin calf that was born Sunday at the National Aquarium in Baltimore appears to be in "robust health," but her survival for the critical first year will depend on her mother, aquarium officials said yesterday.


  • TODAY'S GAME (Sun-Sentinel)

    Rockies at Marlins 1:10 p.m., Dolphin Stadium, Miami Gardens


  • Female dolphin calf born at National Aquarium (Baltimore Sun)

    A female dolphin calf that was born Sunday at the National Aquarium in Baltimore appears to be in "robust health," but her survival for the critical first year will depend on her mother, aquarium officials said today.


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