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13-Aug-2011

  • Women return stranded dolphin to Bay of Fundy

    As Sandra Muise and her daughter Tracy hunted for periwinkles in Dipper Harbour earlier this week, they came across a dolphin stranded by the receding tide.


  • Dolphin conservationists locked in seesaw struggle

    Dolphin conservationists have planned to bring freshwater porpoises in China's Yangtze River into a tributary of the Yangtze for protection of the endangered species. However, little progress has been made over the past four years as local authorities fear the plan might hold down local economy.


  • FOR KIDS: Dolphin dimples detect electricity

    Depressions in a dolphin?s snout sense electric fields, may help find dinner


  • Dolphin battles prostate cancer

    University of Iowa radio play-by-play voice Gary Dolphin announced Wednesday that he is battling prostate cancer.


  • 'Dolphin Tale' brings Hollywood stars, publicity machine to Clearwater Beach in September

    By Steve Persall, Times Film Critic Thursday, August 11, 2011 Tampa Bay's newest movie star, Winter the dolphin, can't travel to New York or Los Angeles to promote her screen debut Dolphin Tale . So, the Hollywood hype machine is coming to Tampa Bay. Divas make things happen like that. The media tour for the Warner Bros. release ? including dozens of print, online, television and radio ...


  • Blue Dolphin Completes Sale of Underutilized Assets

    Blue Dolphin Energy Company , announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Blue Dolphin Pipe Line Company, sold its eighty-three and one-third percent interest in the Buccaneer Pipeline to Sunoco Partners Marketing & Terminals L.P. for net proceeds of approximately $3.6 million in cash.


  • Hawkeye radio voice Dolphin battling prostate cancer

    Voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes Gary Dolphin received a recent scare, when doctors diagnosed him with prostate cancer.


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