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  • Is Google's Secretive Research Lab Working on Human-Dolphin Communication?

    An underwater keyboard at Epcot Center, shown at TED by dolphin researcher Denise Herzing It started innocently enough, as rumors do: A friend of a friend and I were chatting about Google and he said that his buddy said that Google's secretive research lab, Google X, was working on communicating with dolphins. 

  • 'Death sentence' for tiny dolphin

    New attempts to protect a critically endangered New Zealand dolphin have angered campaigners who fear the mammal will soon be extinct.

  • Conservationists stage funeral march for Maui's dolphin

    A sombre group will assemble on Parliament?s forecourt this Wednesday afternoon, as conservationists stage a Funeral March for Maui?s dolphins. The group will mourn inadequate protection for Maui?s dolphins with a lunchtime procession through Wellington, carrying replica dolphins and caskets. Despite Minister Nick Smith?s announcement of additional protection for Maui?s dolphins early last week ...

  • Dolphin Shows Gratitude to the Fishermen Who Rescued It

    A group of fisherman off the coast of São Paulo, Brazil, had their Nov. 15 fishing trip transformed into a rescue mission for one adorable creature of the sea. In a dramatic video uploaded to YouTube, the fishermen spot a young dolphin caught in a plastic bag. The anglers use a net to pull the calf onto their boat to help it out. After a few tries, they are finally able to free the dolphin from ...

  • Coney Island creek dolphin found dead

    The dolphin that was found wandering in a Coney Island creek was discovered dead this morning, cops said. A bystander first spotted it swimming back and forth near Cropsey Ave....

  • Dolphin Energy, Nord Stream ink MoU

    Dolphin Energy, Nord Stream ink MoU

  • Science Notes: Algorithm identifies dolphin whistles; gold found growing on trees in Australia

    A computer algorithm used to identify songs can also identify the signature whistles of bottlenose dolphins, a new study reports. In the past, researchers charted these whistles on a spectrograph, an instrument that maps sound waves visually.



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