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04-Aug-2014

  • Lifeless dolphin washes ashore in Boracay ? report

    A lifeless dolphin was washed to the shore of world-famous Boracay Island last Friday, state-run Philippines News Agency reported over the weekend.


  • Celebrities join battle to stop Faroe Islands dolphin 'grind'

    Celebrities and animal lovers from around the world are flocking to the Faroe Islands in a bid to stop a controversial dolphin hunt that activists describe as an "archaic mass slaughter". Actress Pamela Anderson, who arrived on the remote North Atlantic archipelago in recent days, is set to be joined by 500 volunteers who will patrol the ocean and beaches around the islands to try to block the ...


  • New species of dolphin identified and they're swimming in Australian waters

    The Australian Humpback Dolphin has officially been determined as a unique species, and been given its own scientific name. There are now officially four varieties of the humpback dolphin, despite previous thoughts that they were all one species.


  • Dams May Damn the Rare Indus River Dolphin to Extinction

    The otherworldly Indus river dolphin is one of only four species of river dolphins left in the world, and its numbers are falling fast in the Pakistani waterways it calls home. ?The link between the construction of the irrigation barges and depletion of river flow matched very well with the timing and the geographic pattern of dolphin disappearance and was even linked with the speed of ...


  • Stranded dolphin rescued near Everglades City

    A dolphin was rescued on Thursday after it was caught in a small lake northwest of Everglades City.


  • Scientists Name New Species of Cetacean: The Australian Humpback Dolphin

    Scientists examining a taxonomically confused group of marine mammals have officially named a species new to science: the Australian humpback dolphin, Sousa sahulensis, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society and Clymene Enterprises.


  • Dolphin Bags Deal from TGS for Seismic Work in Australia's Ceduna Sub-basin

    Norway's Dolphin Group ASA reported Thursday that its unit Dolphin Geophysical AS has been awarded a contract from TGS for Nerites Season 2 located in the Bight's deepwater Ceduna Sub-basin in Australia, covering 5,019 square miles (13,000 square kilometers).


  • Dolphin Dorms LLC purchases 5 acres for JU student housing

    Developer Wallace Devlin, through Dolphin Dorms LLC, bought almost 5 acres north of Jacksonville University on Thursday.


  • Here?s a new addition to the dolphin family

    Scientists name the new species ?Australian humpback?


  • Dolphin spotted in River Severn

    Marine groups keep watch of a dolphin which has been spotted swimming about in a section of the River Severn.


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