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  • Dolphin-Killing Season Ends Early in Taiji

    The long, bloody killing season in Taiji, Japan, is finally over. Just after the Times? editorial ran, a group of marquee celebrities, spearheaded by music mogul Russell Simmons, penned a letter urging President Obama not to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal until Japan bans the slaughter and capture of dolphins in Taiji.

  • Mississippi man fined for shooting dolphin

    A commercial boat captain from Bayou La Batre, Ala., has been fined $2,500 for shooting a bottlenose dolphin in the Mississippi Sound in the summer of 2012.

  • Dolphin learning how to paint

    A dolphin found near death on the shores of Alabama has not only recovered, but learned to paint.

  • Dolphins at IMMS learn to paint for new interactive program

    Chance the dolphin, who nearly died after washing ashore on an Alabama beach three years ago, has now learned to paint. He's one of three dolphins at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies that were taught to paint using a special brush they move with their mouths. It's part of a new, interactive "Paint with a Dolphin" program at IMMS.

  • Andrew Luck Wants Bullied Dolphin on Colts

    The Colts' Andrew Luck says he favors bringing embattled Dolphins lineman and former Stanford teammate Jonathan Martin to Indianapolis if Miami lets him go.

  • Dolphin calf born at Discovery Cove Orlando

    A female dolphin calf was born at Discovery Cove in Orlando on Wednesday morning.

  • USDA looking into allegation 9-year-old bitten by dolphin at SeaWorld San Antonio

    SAN ANTONIO -- A 9-year-old girl sustained bite marks to her hand in an incident with a dolphin at SeaWorld San Antonio, according to a complaint received by the United States Department of Agriculture in Washington.   An official with the USDA said the agency is looking into the allegation and working to determine if there was any non-compliance with the Animal Welfare Act.   Only then would ...



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