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22-Aug-2008

  • New, "Chubbier" River Dolphin Species Found in Bolivia (National Geographic)

    The new species split off from its cousin the Amazon river dolphin after an ancient drought separated the two populations, conservationists say.


  • Dolphin centre seeks $4.8m commitment (Bunbury Mail)

    NON-profit organisation Bunbury Dolphin Discovery is seeking a multi-million dollar commitment from the State Government to improve its Koombana Bay facilities.


  • Fireman wades into sea in just his boxers to rescue stranded dolphin (Daily Record)

    AN OFF-DUTY fireman stripped to his boxers and waded into the sea to save a stricken dolphin.


  • UM freshman could see time on depleted defensive line (The Palm Beach Post)

    Marcus Robinson, a freshman defensive end, could find himself in the starting lineup when the University of Miami opens the 2008 season Thursday against Charleston Southern at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Blackford Dolphin Swims for Tullow Offshore Ghana (Rigzone)

    The drilling semi-submersible unit Blackford Dolphin has completed the commissioning and test phase in Rotterdam and has commenced mobilization under the drilling contract with Tullow offshore Ghana.


  • Hurricanes' defensive backups step to forefront (Miami Herald)

    Marcus Robinson doesn't know much about Charleston Southern, the University of Miami's opening football opponent Thursday night at Dolphin Stadium.


  • DNA tests confirm Bolivian river dolphin to be new species (New Kerala)

    Washington, August 21 : Scientists have announced that the newly discovered Bolivian river dolphin is a separate species from the Amazon River dolphin, based on DNA tests.


  • ‘Be Like Aquaman’ (The Sarasota Herald-Tribune)

    Two New York City Masters coaches, each with a different approach, explain their dolphin kick technique.


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