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16-Aug-2014

  • The Dolphin-Killing Season Is About to Begin in Japan; Here?s What You Can Do About It

    As the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan, approaches, activist Ric O?Barry is getting ready for a four-hour interrogation by Japanese police and immigration officials when he arrives in the country. The grilling has become part a gruesome Kabuki that plays out every year as fishermen in Taiji herd hundreds of dolphins into a cove and slaughter them, sparing only a few young animals that ...


  • Dolphin adopts new calf

    A bottlenose dolphin thought to have lost its calf after becoming stranded in the Kerikeri Inlet five years ago has adopted a baby of another species.Bay of Islands dolphin spotters are delighted by their discovery this week.Inter-species...


  • Blue Dolphin Announces Second Quarter 2014 Financial Results

    HOUSTON, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company ("Blue Dolphin") announced financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2014. For the three months ended June 30, 2014 (the ...


  • Two-headed dolphin: 'similar to conjoined twins' (+video)

    Two-headed dolphin washes ashore on a beach in western Turkey, according to Dogan news agency. A vacationing gym teacher discovered the two-headed dolphin, which scientists say is a rare occurrence. 


  • Two-headed dolphin: 'similar to conjoined twins'

    Two-headed dolphin washes ashore on a beach in western Turkey, according to Dogan news agency. A vacationing gym teacher discovered the two-headed dolphin, which scientists say is a rare occurrence. 


  • Two-headed dolphin found on Turkish beach

    The body of a rare two-headed dolphin appeared on a beach in Turkey, leading a man to call the police, according to Mirror UK. Sports teacher, Tugrul Metin had seen the corpse of the conjoined mammal floating onto the shore in Izmir on Turkey?s west coast. The stunned 39-year-old did not know how to react...  [Read More...]


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