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  • Dolphin Offshore pledges 30 pct shares with banks (Reuters via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

    MUMBAI, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Dolphin Offshore Enterprises India Ltd on Thursday it has pledged 30 percent of its paid-up capital with State Bank of India and Canara Bank .

  • Dolphin beached in St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg Times)

    A dead dolphin was found beached early today at North Shore beach near downtown St. Petersburg. Several people said they had seen a dolphin swimming back and forth near the surface of the water just off the beach for the...

  • Dolphin Dynamics completes integration with Telme Farebase (eyefortravel.com)

    Dolphin Dynamics has extended its airline net fares search and booking service following the completion of an XML-based link with Telme Farebase. The connectivity to the airfare distribution specialist will further increase the availability of airline product sources bookable via Dolphin.

  • Dolphin found dead (Sun Star)

    A SPINNER dolphin was found dead by the fishermen of Guihulngan City Thursday noon.

  • Leaping Dolphin is an ice attraction (Oldham Chronicle)

    YOUNGSTERS at Clarksfield Primary School were given a frosty treat when they were visited by Glacial Art Ice Sculptors. Sculptors spent the day carving and shaping a block of ice into the shape of a dolphin leaping from the waves.

  • Filleting with a flipper, the dolphin calamari chefs of the deep (Daily Mail)

    A female bottlenose dolphin has been observed in the wild using an amazingly complex method to catch and prepare cuttlefish.

  • Straying dolphin may be on its OE (Stuff)

    The first sighting of a live Hector's dolphin in Wellington waters has led Conservation Department staff to believe it may have been imitating a human rite of passage the great OE.

  • Want a good meal? Join a dolphin for dinner (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

    Dolphins are the chefs of the seas, having been seen going through precise and elaborate preparations to rid cuttlefish of ink and bone to produce a soft meal of calamari, Australian scientists say.

  • Another dolphin found dead in Ayungon (Sun Star)

    ANOTHER spinner dolphin was found dead by the Ayungon fishermen Thursday morning. Enrico Sarong of the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (Cenro) told Sun.Star that the dolphin found in Ayungon and the one found in the shoreline of Sitio Looc, Guihulngan City are of the same species.



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