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  • Dolphin saves mate after shark attack (Daily Telegraph)

    A dolphin that was savaged by a shark off the coast of Australia is recovering with marine vets after he was guided to shore by a mate.

  • VIDEO: Shark Bites Dolphin; Dolphin Saved (National Geographic)

    After having been bitten severely by a shark, a dolphin was rescued Monday off Australia. He has undergone surgery and is expected to make a full recovery.

  • Dolphin rescued after shark attack (Times of Malta)

    Australian ocean park staff attended to an injured dolphin that was the victim of a suspected shark attack.

  • Dolphin: Never abandon your mate (China Daily)

    A dolphin's story moved a lot of human beings after it was reported to have stayed with his wounded mate for three days and then led him to the seaside for help.

  • Chilka lagoon houses largest concentration of Dolphin in world (New Kerala)

    Bhubaneswar, Feb 20 : The Chilka lagoon in Orissa has achieved the distinction of having the highest concentration of rare and highly endangered Irrawaddy dolphin in their natural abode in the world.

  • Brewin Dolphin says small premium ?OK? but 5% discount better (TrustNet)

    UK growth & income investment trusts such as Temple Bar Investment Trust are trading at high premiums to NAV, and while it is better to buy them at a five per cent discount it could still be worth paying a small premium, argues Brewin Dolphin's head of research.

  • Frigid DIY dolphin rescue warms hearts in Seal Cove (The Globe and Mail)

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  • Dolphin traumatised after attack - vet (Adelaide Now)

    VETS have force-fed Nari the dolphin as he recovers from surgery on a gaping wound left by a shark.

  • A do-it-yourself dolphin rescue (The Globe and Mail)

    Locals fashion homemade icebreaker, saving three of five mammals in Seal Cove, Nfld.

  • Whale vs. dolphin (The Post and Courier)

    It's not easy to budge a right whale ? they can weigh as much as 140,000 pounds. But local state legislators are determined to do it. Sens. Chip Campsen, R-Isle of Palms, and Paul Campbell, R-Goose Creek, defend their move to name the bottlenose dolphin the state marine mammal ? instead of the right whale ? as the right thing to do. Campsen introduced the bill to counter legislation designating ...



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