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05-Dec-2013

  • Dolphin deaths continue in Volusia, on Florida coast

    Dead bottlenose dolphins continue to wash up along Florida?s east coast, suspected victims of a measles-like virus that is suspected to have killed more than 800 dolphins since July 1 between New York and Florida.


  • 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. 


  • 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 ...


  • Officials Don't Have Much Hope for Dozens of Pilot Whales Stranded Off Florida Coast

    A gripping drama is playing out on Florida?s Gulf coast where ten pilot whales have died, and another 40 or more are stranded in three feet of water. Members of the dolphin family, pilot whales normally live in much deeper water off the Florida coast and it is not known what drove them from their natural habitat, which is at least 20 miles from this isolated coast. On Wednesday afternoon, 15 ...


  • Brewin Dolphin chief hails improvements after jump in profits

    BREWIN Dolphin has hailed a 22% rise in adjusted pre-tax profits as a "robust" performance in a year which saw it usher in a new senior management team.


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