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15-Aug-2011

  • Dolphin Has Something for Everyone

    Dolphin, a year-old restaurant on the Yonkers waterfront promises ?Mediterranean, Italian, French and Asian influences.?


  • 'Dolphin Tale' will soon hit theaters

    With posters going up and a two-and-a-half minute long promotional trailer playing in theaters worldwide, interest is building for the Sept. 23 release of "Dolphin Tale" in theaters.


  • Starwatch: Delphinus actually looks like a dolphin

    Out of the 88 constellations that can be seen from Earth, Delphinus the Dolphin is the 19th smallest and Equuleus the Little Horse is the second smallest.


  • Dolphin, horse tell starry stories

    Out of the 88 constellations that can be seen from Earth, Delphinus the Dolphin is the nineteenth smallest and Equuleus the Little Horse is the second smallest. They're cozied up together in southeastern evening skies this month. They also happen to be the smallest mammal constellations, but as they say, good things come in small packages.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • Survey to gauge dolphin numbers

    Cardigan Bay has the largest population of bottle nosed dolphins in the UK, and a survey is trying to discover how many are living off the Welsh coast.


  • Dolphin battles prostate cancer

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


  • FOR KIDS: Dolphin dimples detect electricity

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


  • 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.


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