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  • Rare blind dolphin rescued in Pakistan (EARTHtimes.org)

    Islamabad - Conservationists have rescued a blind dolphin from the shallow waters of a canal in southern Pakistan, the Dawn newspaper reported on Friday. The Indus Blind Dolphin, one of the world's most threatened mammal species, was saved on Thursda...

  • The Calendar (Miami Herald)

    Head to Dolphin Mall, get some last-minute shopping done and enjoy the daily snowfall to get you in the holiday mood. Dolphin Mall, 11401 NW 12th St., Doral.

  • Fourth-quarter drive keeps Dolphins' season alive (The Palm Beach Post)

    Chad Pennington had earned a reputation among his Dolphin teammates this season for his uncanny knack of uttering just the right message before the offense has set off on one of its game-deciding fourth-quarter drives.

  • Dolphin too friendly for her own good (Stuff)

    Moko the friendly dolphin has become so friendly she has taken to bringing swimmers fish - but she has been receiving some unfriendly treatment in return.

  • Moko the friendly dolphin ready for summer visitors (NZPA via Yahoo!Xtra News)

    When the sun beats down on Mahia Beach and the sea is calm, Moko the friendly bottlenose dolphin cuts a familiar shape against the horizon.

  • DOC watches friendly dolphin (Newstalk ZB via Yahoo!Xtra News)

    The Department of Conservation is keeping a close watch on a dolphin it fears is getting a bit too friendly for her own good.

  • Who is THE man in Dolphin-land? (TCPalm.com)

    Miami is one of the best turnaround stories in the NFL this season, along with Baltimore, Atlanta and the New York Jets.

  • Moko the dolphin catches fish for swimmers (EARTHtimes.org)

    Wellington - Moko, a bottlenose dolphin that has frolicked off a New Zealand beach for more than 18 months, has become so tame that she catches fish for swimmers, a newspaper reported on Saturday. She has actually been bringing fish to people, Jami...



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