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  • NFL Superstar Ray Lewis Acquires Property in Rum Cay, Bahamas (PRWeb)

    NFL Superstar Ray Lewis acquires oceanfront property in the Paradise Is Mine development of Rum Cay in the Bahamas joining other celebrities and athletes on this tropical paradise. Lewis, an avid fisherman and sportsman, selected Rum Cay, which is famous for its fishing boasting world record Wahoo, yellowfin tuna and dolphin. Rum Cay is the secluded Bahamian paradise known for its untouched ...

  • Dolphin Corporation Selects Software Labs To Streamline Data Management ? Automates Manual Processes (Centre Daily Times)

    Software Labs, a provider of advanced data management solutions, today announced that Dolphin Corporation, an acknowledged expert in SAP information lifecycle management and business process solutions, has realized positive results since selecting Software Labs? solution, xFusion Studio, to help the company manage the significant volume of data the company imports on a regular basis.

  • Smith knows Dolphin danger (Independent Online)

    Cape Cobras captain Graeme Smith has spent years devising strategies to dismiss master blaster Sanath Jayasuriya but knows he won't go down easily.

  • Dolphin mother and calf rescued (BBC News)

    A dolphin mother and calf have been rescued after becoming stranded on River Tay sandbanks, it emerges.

  • Public comments on dolphin, sea lion Bangor guards (KNDO - KNDU Tri-Cities)

    Associated Press - February 12, 2009 12:35 PM ET SEATAC, Wash. (AP) - The public has another chance to comment on a Navy proposal to use dolphins and sea lions to help guard submarines at the...

  • New baby in water park (The Malay Mail)

    JAKARTA: Specta, a one-day-old bottlenose dolphin swims with its mother, Lily, at Ancol water park yesterday, becoming the 32nd dolphin to live in the park. Bottlenose dolphins are not endangered, their future is stable because of their abundance and high adaptability, but some specific populations are threatened due to various environmental changes.



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