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24-Feb-2011

  • Dolphin Calves Dying in the Gulf

    At least 20 dolphin calves have washed up dead since mid-January on Mississippi and Alabama shores.


  • Dolphin Pregnant At Shedd Aquarium

    A Pacific white-sided dolphin at the Shedd Aquarium is pregnant, aquarium officials announced.


  • Shedd dolphin returns from holiday pregnant

    After an extended holiday in Miami, Tique, a 26-year-old Pacific white-sided dolphin who resides at the Shedd Aquarium, returned home last year revealing that she is in the family way.


  • Rare dolphin pregnant at Shedd Aquarium

    The Associated Press The Associated Press CHICAGO A rare dolphin at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium is expecting a calf in May. Tique (TEE'-kay) is one of the few Pacific white-sided dolphins currently living in a zoo or aquarium. Ken Ramirez, executive vice president of Animal Collections and Training at the Shedd, says there are fewer than 20 of the dolphins in North American facilities. Tique is 26 ...


  • Fishery-wide dolphin quotas are in the works

    The Florida Keys dolphin fishery is regulated by size limits, catch limits and boat limits. But Congress has mandated that by the end of the year another layer of protection be added to what is one... read more


  • Ex-Dolphin Daniels' jersey retired at S. Broward | Video

    Former Dolphin speaks to kids about life lessons HOLLYWOOD ?- As former Miami Dolphin Travis Daniels spoke in South Broward High's auditorium where his path to a NFL football career began, it jogged his memory.


  • Dolphin Digital Media Announces License of Dolphin Secure Into Europe

    MIAMI -- Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. , a creator of secure social networking websites for children utilizing groundbreaking fingerprint identification technology, is proud to announce its entry into the European market by licensing its core product, Dolphin Secure, in Germany.


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