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  • Sacred Dolphin on Brink of Extinction

    The Irrawaddy dolphin, considered sacred to many people in Cambodia and Laos, is at high risk of dying out altogether.

  • Dolphin With Prosthetic Tail Gets Ready For Waves Of Publicity

    Tourists who visit Hollywood are often disappointed when they discover that the celebrities they love aren't exactly walking up and down the street.

  • Dolphin study yields fascinating findings

    Ask Outer Banks visitors and residents alike to name their favorite local species of wild animal and it is almost certain to prompt two responses that far outnumber all the rest combined: the fabled wild ponies that roam Currituck County and the beloved dolphins that call the sounds and coastal waters of the Outer Banks home.

  • Report your whale, dolphin sightings

    If you see a whale, dolphin, porpoise or sea turtle, the Vancouver Aquarium wants to know. The aquarium?s sightings network has a hotline set up at 1-866-I-SAW-ONE, for people to call whenever they spot a resident cetacean.

  • Mekong River dolphin population on the brink of extinction - WWF

    Entanglement in fishing nets and high calf mortality thought to be behind decline in the small numbers of Irrawaddy dolphins in the Mekong The Irrawaddy dolphin population in the Mekong River is at high risk of extinction, with numbers estimated at 85 and the survival of new calves very low, WWF said on Wednesday . Fishing gear, especially gill nets, and illegal fishing methods involving ...

  • Dolphin Square start

    THE first phase of the 35million redevelopment of Dolphin Square has begun.

  • Blue Dolphin Reports Second Quarter 2011 Financial Results

    Blue Dolphin Energy Company , an independent oil and gas company with operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and the North Sumatra Basin in offshore Indonesia, today announced financial results for the three and six month periods ended June 30, 2011.



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