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24-Jan-2013

  • Dolphin gets help from diver

    When a dolphin needed help off the coast of Hawaii, he was determined to let a scuba instructor know.


  • Dolphin approaches diver for help

    When a dolphin needed help off the coast of Hawaii he was determined to let a scuba instructor, know.


  • Diver saves dolphin: 'He swam right up to me'

    When a dolphin needed help off the coast of Hawaii, he was determined to let a scuba instructor know.


  • Deformed Dolphin Accepted Into New Family

    Swimming among a pod of sperm whales in the North Atlantic is a dolphin with an S-shaped spine.


  • Dolphin Caught in Fishing Line Approaches Divers for Help

    Dolphins are known for being highly intelligent mammals. So intelligent, in fact, that they can communicate with humans even when they have not been trained to do so. That's what happened to a group of divers on an observation trip off the coast of Hawaii, known as the Big Island. While the divers were observing [...]


  • Dolphin Browser Supercharges Dolphin Connect, Introduces 1:1 Integration and One-Tap Sharing

    Dolphin Browser, the most popular third-party smartphone browser, today unveiled an all-new version of its browser, souped up with Evernote Web Clipper integration, one-tap sharing and an enhanced Dolphin ...


  • Wild! Sperm whales adopt dolphin with deformed spine

    In a rare pairing that left ecologists puzzled, a pod of sperm whales in the North Atlantic Ocean appeared to have adopted a lone bottlenose dolphin calf with a spinal curvature.


  • Caught on video: Dolphin approaches diver for help

    When a dolphin needed help off the coast of Hawaii, he was determined to let a scuba instructor know.


  • Stricken dolphin who 'asked' Hawaii diver for help: Moment mammal stuck on fishing line pushed itself into scuba ...

    A dolphin tangled in fishing line sought the help of divers in the waters of Hawaii.


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