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28-Aug-2012

  • Mercury Poisoning From Dolphin Meat Remains a Major Concern for 'Cove' Activists

    During dolphin drive hunting season, hundreds of dolphins in the southern coastal town of Taiji, Japan, face capture and slaughter at the hands of local fishermen. While some are ensnared to become marine park show toys, many others are killed for their meat, soon to be packaged and sold on supermarket shelves in Japan.


  • Rescued Dolphin 'Edna' Released into Wild

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


  • Dolphin Digital Media Reviews Second Quarter Fiscal 2012 Financial Results and Provides Business Outlook

    MIAMI -- Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. (http://www.dolphindigitalmedia.com), a leading producer of high quality digital content and safe, engaging websites for children, reviews its financial results for ...


  • Dolphin WaterCareŽ Enables Eco-friendly Water Conservation Solutions For Drought Stricken U.S.

    MIDDLETOWN, Conn., Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States is currently experiencing one of its worst droughts in over fifty years, resulting in devastating crop losses, rising food prices and ...


  • 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.


  • Dolphin study hub ball set to swim within a week

    Singh said the research centre would be housed in a two-storeyed building preferably on the banks of the Ganga.


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