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21-Aug-2012

  • Rescued Dolphin 'Edna' Released into Wild

    A once-stranded dolphin has been successfully rehabilitated and released into the wild after two months of care.


  • Blue Dolphin Reports Second Quarter Financial Results and Provides Nixon Facility Operational Update

    HOUSTON -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company (OTCQX:BDCO) ("Blue Dolphin"), which acquired Lazarus Energy, LLC ("LE") from Lazarus Energy Holdings, LLC ("LEH") in a reverse acquisition ...


  • The Dolphin Lover's Conundrum

    Feeding or petting a dolphin is illegal, but many who love them seem blissfully unaware.


  • Green Blog: The Dolphin Lover's Conundrum

    Feeding or petting a dolphin is illegal, but many who love them seem blissfully unaware.


  • 'Dolphin Tale' gives local tourism a half-billion-dollar boost, study finds

    Next year's boost? A half-billion dollars, a USFSP study says.


  • Fight to save endangered Indian dolphin

    The fight to save India's endangered river dolphin


  • Dolphin flips for woman

    A too-friendly dolphin flipped out an unsuspecting woman when it jumped out of its pool and landed on top of her.


  • London Games: Swimming With the Dolphin Kick

    Watching the competitive sport of swimming on TV, there are those familiar strokes, such as the breaststroke, backstroke, freestyle or front crawl, and butterfly.


  • Discounted Dolphin Tours in Destin, Florida

    TripShock.com Offers up to 35% Off Morning Dolphin Tours in Destin (9am and 11:30am)Destin, Florida (PRWEB) August 20, 2012 TripShock.com announces discounted ticket prices on both 9am and 11:30 am Dolphin Tours in Destin, Florida.Book online at TripShock.com for the morning Dolphin Watch and Destin History Cruise and receive Up To 35% Off regular ticket prices. Enjoy a thrilling 2 hour narrated ...


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