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15-Feb-2009

  • Qld resort in bid to save dolphin (Sky News Australia)

    Bearing a massive shark bite mark across his head and back, wild dolphin Nari is in desperate need of help - if he's still alive.


  • Ex-Dolphin Cheerleaders Join Cast of Amazing Race (CBS4 Miami)

    Two former Miami Dolphin cheerleaders hope South Florida will cheer them on as they race around the world on the 14th installment of hit CBS reality show "The Amazing Race."


  • Crew tries to save dolphin after shark attack (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    A crew from Sea World on Queensland's Gold Coast are trying to rescue a dolphin that has been injured in a shark attack in Moreton Bay.


  • Race to save dolphin after shark attack (The Courier Mail)

    BEARING a massive shark bite mark across his head and back, wild dolphin Nari is in desperate need of help - if he's still alive.


  • Blond dolphin Lilly Champagne dies at park (The Florida Times-Union)

    Lilly Champagne, a rare "blond" dolphin who was at least 47 years old, died this week, officials at Marineland's Dolphin Conservation Center near St. Augustine announced Friday. Lilly had lived at Marineland since 1964. Her light brown color - rather than the typical gray of other Atlantic bottlenose dolphins - was the result of a rare recessive genetic trait. read more


  • Wayward Dolphin Rescued After Winding Down St. Johns River (Central Florida News 13)

    SeaWorld's Animal Rescue Team rescues a wayward dolphin after she wandered her way down the St. Johns River and into Lake Monroe.


  • Crew tries to save dolphin after shark attack (ABC via Yahoo!7 News)

    A crew from Sea World on Queensland's Gold Coast are trying to rescue a dolphin that has been injured in a shark attack in Moreton Bay.


  • Rare 'blonde' dolphin at Marineland dies at age 47 (The Florida Times-Union)

      Lilly Champagne, a rare ?blonde? dolphin who was at least 47 years old, died this week, officials at Marineland?s Dolphin Conservation Center near St. Augustine announced Friday. Lilly had lived at Marineland since 1964. Her light brown color ? rather than the typical gray of other Atlantic bottlenose dolphins ? was due to a rare recessive genetic trait. read more ...


  • The Dolphin People, By Torsten Krol (Independent)

    The Dolphin People is a great big tidal wave of a book that will pick you up and whisk you along for the two or three days that it takes to read. You'll read it in bed, at breakfast and on the bus.


  • Marineland's Last Blonde Dolphin Dies (WESH 2 Orlando)

    Marineland's Dolphin Conservation Center reports that Lilly Champagne, the last of Marineland's famous "blonde" dolphins, has died.


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