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  • Dolphin Thought to be Rescued Turns Up Dead a Week Later

    Panama City - A Dolphin, found dead on Panama City Beach last Friday, had been distressed for several weeks. It turns out two bystanders helped the dolphin get back to it's pod on January 7th. Wildlife experts say, while their intentions were good, that could have lead to the dolphin's death.

  • Blue Dolphin Files Definitive Proxy Materials

    HOUSTON , Jan. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company (Nasdaq:BDCO - News) ("Blue Dolphin"), an independent oil and gas company, today announced that it filed definitive proxy materials ...

  • Dolphin gets new look, better sync and battery life

    The new look for Dolphin 3.0 on iOS. (Credit: Dolphin) Updates to Dolphin HD for iOS and Android bring notable improvements to the browser on both platforms. Released yesterday, the overhaul of the iOS version's look makes it much more usable, while the Android edition keeps the feature-rich app running in ship-shape. Dolphin HD 3.0 for iOS has an iPhone version and an iPad version, and the new ...

  • Brewin Dolphin Hldgs - Update on Disposal

    ? 17 January 2012 Brewin Dolphin Holdings PLC (the "Group") Disposal of Corporate Advisory ∓ Broking Division (the "Division") Further to the announcement made on 11 May 2011 and ...

  • Dolphin released by bystanders washes up dead

    A dolphin that marine officials say beached itself in northwest Florida and was later released by bystanders washed up dead on shore days later.

  • Home comfort as Dolphin deliver

    BARRY KEESHAN?S hopes that Dolphin would show their true colours in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A with a run of home games are coming to fruition.

  • Rare Chinese white dolphin gets DNA bank

    A Hong Kong conservation group said Saturday it has set up a DNA bank for the rare Chinese white dolphin, also known as the pink dolphin, in a bid to save the mammals facing a sharp population decline.



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