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06-Feb-2015

  • Would you let a dolphin help you give birth?

    Find out more about this unique birthing trend here. The post Would you let a dolphin help you give birth? appeared first on Singapore Parenting Magazine for baby, children, kids and parents.


  • Why Dolphin Killings at the Cove Have Dropped to a Record Low

    With the dolphin killing season at the cove in Taiji, Japan, half over, deaths and captures of the marine mammals have hit record lows. Between the opening of this season, on Sept. 1, 2014, and the end of the year, 367 dolphins were slaughtered, compared with 406 dolphins killed by Taiji hunters over the same period in 2013, according to data compiled by the website Ceta-Base from estimates ...


  • Baby dolphin delights Mandurah onlookers

    Passengers aboard a Mandurah Cruises vessel were delighted when a baby dolphin swum alongside the boat.


  • Bottlenose dolphin dies off of Sunny Isles Beach

    A bottlenose dolphin was shivering off of Sunny Isles Beach Tuesday afternoon. Three rescuers stood in the water with the mammal until it died. The light gray dolphin was stranded on the ocean near the Trump International Beach Resort, 18001 Collins Ave. The death comes as scientists continue to study a measles epidemic of unprecedented proportions that is targeting bottlenose dolphins along the ...


  • A dolphin seduced me, and we enjoyed a torrid year-long affair

    This tale sounds a bit fishy. In a documentary movie that premiered at Utah?s Slamdance Film Festival last week, a man details his year-long affair with a dolphin. No word...


  • Council votes to protect dolphin sanctuary from oil exploration

    Auckland councillors have today voted to oppose oil exploration in a sanctuary home to the critically-endangered Maui's dolphin.But the council's Regional Strategy and Policy Committee opted not to follow Christchurch City Council...


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