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20-Feb-2015

  • Rare dolphin sightings on the rise since release of dolphin-spotting app

    A verified sighting of a rare dolphin off Paekakariki suggests the animals are travelling far south of where their marine protection sanctuary ends.


  • 127 Million Reasons Why the Cove Dolphin Slaughter Continues

    TakePart: The Cove premiered more than six years ago at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. You're quoted as saying that when you sat in that theater in Park City, Utah, you were convinced the hunt would be over. Ric O'Barry: Robert Redford told me afterwards it was the only Sundance documentary that he ever saw get a standing ovation.


  • Dolphin Enterprise Solutions Corporation Breaks into Latin America?s SAP® Market Through New Strategic Partnerships

    For the First Time, Dolphin Will Showcase Industry?s Best Data Volume Management and Business Process Optimization Solutions in Latin America at SAP Forum Brazil on March 17-18 (PRWeb February 19, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12524912.htm


  • Dolphin Up (Wii U) Review

    Quite a glorious game, but one that loses appeal way too soon. Dolphin Up is one of those games I never really heard much about. It just decided to cross my path one day so I decided to pick up the glove that was thrown at me. On one hand, I am glad that I did do exactly that - I pretty much laughed my behind off while I played this little adventure. Once the dust is all settled though, Dolphin ...


  • Dolphins set up home in the Mediterranean after the last Ice Age

    The bottlenose dolphin colonized the Mediterranean only after the last Ice Age - about 18,000 years ago ? according to new research.


  • Doubtful? Lakers' Young defends dolphin tale

    Lakers reserve guard Nick Young went on the defense Wednesday of his story that a dolphin tried to kill him about a year ago in Mexico after it was learned that comedian Kevin Hart had told an eerily similar tale.


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