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  • Dolphin Quest announces winning dolphin baby names

    Dolphin Quest Hawaii has selected the winning name for three baby dolphins from more than 1,200 contest entries. The three dolphins are named Lehua, Malu and Nahele. Lehua, was born on Sept. 17 to mother Keo.  The amazing underwater video of her birth touched the hearts of millions as viewers watched the dolphin mom in labor, the moment of delivery, and the newborn dolphin taking her very first ...

  • Brewin Dolphin Holdings unveils profits for 2012

    Brewin Dolphin Holdings, one of Britain's largest investment and financial planning firms, reported a 36.5 per cent hike in profits in its annual report released Friday.

  • India Ink: India Moves to Block Dolphin Shows, Citing Cruelty

    Shows stress animals, and have no purpose other than making money, Animal Welfare Board says.

  • Amcorr And Dolphin Win Patent Case Against Stopaq

    HOUSTON, Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On January 4, 2013, Judge Lynn N. Hughes of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas granted summary judgment of non-infringement on behalf of Winston ...

  • Dolphin Capital Advances on Panmure Gordon Pick: London Mover

    Dolphin Capital Investors Ltd. (DCI) , a developer of holiday and golfing resorts in southeast Europe , the Caribbean and central America, rose the most in 11 weeks after Panmure Gordon said the shares may double in 2013.

  • Dolphin stampede captured on camera

    A rare dolphin stampede has been captured on video in California.

  • Video: SeaWorld team helps rescue distressed dolphin

    Times staff Thursday, January 10, 2013 When a passing pedestrian noticed a dolphin in distress in the Banana River near Cape Canaveral earlier this week, a phone call triggered a quick response that helped free it from tangled fishing line. The male Atlantic bottlenose dolphin had been seen having difficulty swimming and was reported to the Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute, according to a ...

  • Dolphin Activist Ric O?Barry: Boycotting Japan Is ?Racist?

    Richard O?Barry, the activist, former dolphin trainer and star of The Cove, has been working with whales and dolphins for half a century and, it?s fair to say, made a good number of enemies in the bargain. SeaWorld, for one, makes no attempt to conceal its contempt for him. O?Barry, who captured and trained TV?s Flipper, founded the Dolphin Project in 1970, which now is part of Earth Island ...

  • Dolphin Dream fuses heaven, earth, sea

    Yoga teacher and medium Alaine Portner of Medford facilitated a human pod of 20 dolphin lovers in late September on her second annual retreat in Bimini for a week of snorkeling, yoga, breathwork, bodywork, and spiritual mediumship sessions. Each activity supports a feeling of harmony, enhancing a sense of wonderment at the mysteries of life, and even afterlife.



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