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  • Dolphin House's 2010 numbers grim, January no better

    MONTROSE ?? Dolphin House saw nearly 192 child victims last year, and all but four of them were sex-abuse cases. As for January? No good news. All 17 children sent to Dolphin House for interviews and related services were sexual assault victims, said Sue Montgomery, the center's executive director.

  • Nearly killed in oil spill, dolphin now thriving

    Five months after the Deepwater Horizon explosion unleashed a torrent of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, a male dolphin washed up on Louisiana's Gulf Coast just barely alive.

  • Dog and dolphin forge an unusual friendship in Ireland

    How's this for evidence that we really can all get along? A Labrador retriever named Ben and a dolphin named Duggie inexplicably became the best of friends a few years back, despite the fact that one lives on land and...

  • Dolphin Energy raises QR127,400 for Shafallah

    Dolphin Energy Qatar yesterday announced that it had raised QR127,400, for the Shafallah Centre for Children with Special Needs, from its participation in the just concluded Commercialbank Qatar Masters.

  • Marineland Aquarium's Dolphin Nellie is the World's Oldest Dolphin in Human Care

    Nellie Will Celebrate Her 58th Birthday with Marineland Staff and Visitors By Francesca Allegra St. Augustine, FL - Nellie, the world's oldest dolphin in human care, is approaching 58 years of age and will celebrate her birthday with Marineland staff and visitors. The public is invited to join the festivities at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 27, at Marineland's Dolphin Conservation Center, now an ...

  • Rescued dolphin transported to new home

    The first live oiled dolphin from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill is being acclimated to its new home. Louie was rescued in Louisiana and was given a five percent chance of survival. He was nursed back to health and is now living at the Dolphin Rescue Center in the Florida Keys.



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