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21-Dec-2010

  • Dolphin died from sanctuary boat strike

    A DOLPHIN calf that died in Adelaide's Port River Sanctuary was probably hit by a boat, an autopsy has found.


  • Dolphin-watching projected as next-eco-tourism activity in the Hundred Islands

    ALAMINOS CITY, Dec. 20 (PNA) - Dolphin-watching could be the newest eco-adventure activity in the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP) next to kayaking, bird-watching, snorkeling, diving, nature photography and island-hopping.


  • Boat propeller kills dolphin calf

    BOAT operators have been urged to use extra care in the Port River following the death of a dolphin calf injured by a boat propeller.


  • Investigation into dolphin mutilation

    THE investigation into the alleged mutilation of a dolphin calf has been taken over by Queensland Government authorities.


  • Ancient Balloon-Headed Dolphin Found by Fishers

    A 20-foot dolphin with a bulbous head roamed the North Sea 2.5 million years ago, a newfound fossil reveals.


  • 'Dolphin's Tale' wraps: cast, crew depart happy

    After three months of filming, the movie moves into post-production before its scheduled October 2011 opening.


  • Dolphin basketball on first two-game win streak of season

    BY JASON THOMPSON Gulf Breeze News jason@gulfbreezenews.com The Dolphin basketball team entered play this week riding their first two-game win streak of the young season. Dolphins 45, Milton 42 Gulf Breeze, despite missing seven of its 10 foul shots in the second half, was able to hold on to beat Milton Saturday. read more


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