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  • Orphaned baby dolphin rescued from Fla. lagoon

    Associated Press - December 24, 2010 3:14 AM ET CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) - A baby dolphin found swimming alongside its dead mother has been rescued and is receiving care, including bottle feeding,...

  • 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.

  • Propeller cut 'killed dolphin'

    THE death of a dolphin calf suspected of being injured by a boat propeller has sparked warning to boat operators to take extra care.

  • Young actors savor experiences in 'Dolphin Tale' filming

    By Steve Persall, Times Film Critic Wednesday, December 15, 2010 Spending three months up close and personal with Winter the dolphin at Clearwater Marine Aquarium would be a dream for many kids. For Nathan Gamble and Cozi Zuehlsdorff, the experience has been business and a pleasure. The 12-year-old actors are the youngest cast members of Dolphin Tale , a movie that just wrapped up filming in ...

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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.



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