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31-Dec-2008

  • Obama takes children to see dolphin show (Deseret Morning News)

    A day after spending a quiet Christmas evening at their vacation retreat, President-elect Barack Obama and his children watched a dolphin show at an aquatic park and then picked up some shave ice, a local treat.


  • Obama, daughters watch dolphin show at Sea Life Park (KHNL News 8 Honolulu)

    WAIMANALO, Hawaii (AP) - President-elect Barack Obama and his children watched a dolphin show at an aquatic park and then picked up some shave ice today.


  • Dolphin struggling to survive (The Sarasota Herald-Tribune)

    Doctors at the Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium are still trying to save a 3-year-old Atlantic bottlenose dolphin found stranded Dec. 16 on Siesta Key.


  • Another dolphin found dead at Jersey Shore (San Francisco Chronicle)

    Another member of a group of bottlenose dolphins that took up residence in two rivers near the Jersey Shore has died. The co-director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center says the dolphin was discovered Thursday near the Route 36 bridge connecting Sea Bright...


  • Obama family enjoys dolphin show (Belleville News-Democrat)

    A day after spending a quiet Christmas evening at their vacation retreat, President-elect Barack Obama and his family watched a dolphin show at an aquatic park.


  • Doctors try to save sick dolphin found stranded (Sun-Sentinel)

    Doctors at the Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium in southwest Florida are trying to save the life of a 3-year-old Atlantic bottlenose dolphin found stranded earlier this month.


  • Dolphin Energy plans US$1b bond (Business Times (Malaysia))

    DUBAI: The United Arab Emirates? Dolphin Energy will issue a US$1 billion (US$1 = RM3.55) bond early next year as part of a US$5 billion financing deal expected in 2009, London-based weekly Middle East Economic Digest reported.


  • Another dolphin found dead at Jersey Shore (The Charlotte Observer)

    (By BRUCE SHIPKOWSKI, Associated Press Writer) Another member of a group of bottlenose dolphins that took up residence in two rivers near the Jersey Shore has died. The co-director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center says the dolphin was discovered Thursday near the Route 36 bridge connecting Sea Bright and Highlands. Robert Schoelkopf (SHOH'-cahf) says the dolphin was about 8 feet long and ...


  • Another dolphin found dead at Jersey Shore (The State)

    Another member of a group of bottlenose dolphins that took up residence in two rivers near the Jersey Shore has died. The co-director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center says the dolphin was discovered Thursday near the Route 36 bridge connecting Sea Bright and Highlands. Robert Schoelkopf (SHOH'-cahf) says the dolphin was about 8 feet long and weighed 400 to 500 pounds. The cause of death ...


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