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04-Dec-2011

  • Albino Dolphin found in Baia da Babitonga, Brazil with Brazilian Dolphins (Photo)

    Albino dolphin picture at Baia da Babitonga, Brazil Image Credit: Projeto Toninhas A rare albino dolphin was found swimming along with several endangered species by Brazilian biologists in the area of Baia da Babitonga, Brazil. The albino dolphin known in Brazil as Toninha, belongs to the pontoporia blainvillei species, a shy type of dolphin that [...]


  • Dolphin lives for new day

    A relaxing drive along Cable Beach for Spencer Lim Joon and Courtney Paige de Bruyn turned into a race against time to save a beached striped dolphin last week.


  • Mooring dolphin fails

    The mooring dolphin (at right) was broken when the Kakariki with a tug passed the moored Mount Owen ( pictured) in strong southwest winds at Ravensbourne fertiliser wharf earlier this week. read more


  • Ex-Dolphin DT Olshansky arrested on pot charge

    Former Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Igor Olshansky has been arrested on a marijuana possession charge. A Broward Sheriff's Office report released Friday says the 29-year-old Olshansky was charged after he was seen rolling a marijuana cigarette on his kitchen table. The report doesn't say what led deputies to Olshansky's condominium but says the arrest was part of a broader crackdown...


  • Dead dolphin found at Pascagoula, survivor continues to improve

    PASCAGOULA, Mississippi -- A dead dolphin -- the sixth found in a week -- was discovered Thursday near the Chevron Refinery, said Moby Solangi, director of the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies at Gulfport.


  • Ex-Dolphin Olshansky arrested on pot charge

    Former Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Igor Olshansky has been arrested on a marijuana possession charge.


  • Rescued dolphin gaining weight, energy, better chance of survival

    Another dead dolphin was found Thursday in a marshy area on Chevron Point in Pascagoula. The dolphin is a young male, probably less than a year old.  Since its body is so badly decomposed, and the area where it was found is remote, researchers could not reach it to get  samples. Meanwhile, researchers hope the only stranded dolphin found alive could provide some answers into the deaths of more ...


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