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16-Jan-2011

  • The call of the Dolphin Mother

    Have you heard a Tiger Mother's prescription for superior parenting?


  • Dolphin helps nurture energy leaders of the future

    Dolphin Energy is the gold sponsor of the ?Young Future Energy Leaders Programme?, to be conducted on the sidelines of the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi.


  • Dolphin calf death sparks anger

    The killing of a dolphin calf in has led to calls for more protection of the mammals from boats and jetskies


  • Dolphin calf death sparks anger

    THE killing of a dolphin calf off a beach has led to tourist operators calling for more protection for the mammals from boats and jet skis.


  • Even blindfolded, dolphins are masters of imitation

    Even blindfolded, a 7-year-old bottlenose dolphin named Tanner was able to mimic another dolphin's behavior -- proof, according to Florida researchers, that dolphins are masters of imitation second only to humans.


  • Even blindfolded, dolphins are masters of imitation

    Even blindfolded, a 7-year-old bottlenose dolphin named Tanner was able to mimic another dolphin's behaviour -- proof, according to Florida researchers, that dolphins are masters of imitation second only to humans.


  • Even blindfolded, dolphins master mimicry

    Even blindfolded, a 7-year-old bottlenose dolphin named Tanner was able to mimic another dolphin's behavior, and that's proof, Florida researchers say, that dolphins are masters of imitation second only to humans.


  • Dolphin predicts California's Soares to be #1 pick

    BALTIMORE ? "Chesapeake," a dolphin at the National Aquarium here in Baltimore, may not know who Paul the Octopus was, but on the eve of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft (12 noon ET, ESPN2), she channeled her own inner soothsayer, predicting that University of California centerback A.J. Soares would go #1.


  • Stranded dolphin taken to Mote

    A bottlenose dolphin calf found stranded Thursday is swimming on his own and showing good energy.


  • Dolphin to predict Whitecaps pick

    A dolphin will make waves Wednesday before Tom Soehn makes a splash. Major League Soccer, inspired by the late World Cup prognosticator Paul the Octopus, will allow a dolphin at Baltimore's National Aquarium guess which player the Vancouver Whitecaps will choose first overall in Thursday's SuperDraft.


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