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17-Jan-2014

  • Dolphin-power sufficient for propulsion without tricks

    ( The Company of Biologists ) For 60 years the world has believed that dolphins did not have enough muscle to propel them at high speed and that they were resorting to some fluid-flow trickery to pull off their impressive performance. But Frank Fish from West Chester University, USA, never believed it and now he has proved that not only do dolphins have sufficient muscle power, but also they ...


  • DNA Discovery Reveals Surprising Dolphin Origins

    Two different dolphin species mated to create the clymene dolphin, scientists report, in a first scientific find of such a hybrid marine mammal species.        


  • Mobile Browser Dolphin Hits 100M Installs, Launches Innovation Lab Focused On Smart Devices

    Dolphin, the third-party browser made by Sequoia Capital-backed startup MoboTap, announced today that it has reached 100 million downloads globally, fueled in large part by tackling emerging markets such as Russia, India, and Brazil. Dolphin also officially launched the second part of its growth strategy, Dolphin Labs, a team of engineers who will find ways to extend Dolphin's ecosystem by ...


  • Dead dolphin washed up on beach, Southbourne

    A DEAD dolphin has been washed up on Southbourne beach tonight.


  • Linda Collister?s New Book Published Posthumously

    ?The Dolphin Law? celebrates the relationship of dolphins and their environment. (PRWeb January 17, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/LindaCollister/TheDolphinLaw/prweb11499072.htm


  • Stranded Dolphin Rescued from Texas Beach Dies

    A dolphin found stranded last week on a South Texas beach has died.


  • How Dolphins See The World Compared To Humans

    Dolphins are recognized for their natural...


  • Update: Riverhead Foundation recovers dead dolphin from Southold creek

    Update: Riverhead Foundation rescue program director Kimberly Durham said a dolphin found dead Sunday in Southold has been recovered and positively identified as a common dolphin. Biologists received help from Southold Police Department in reaching the carcass, Ms. Durham said. A necropsy will be performed on the animal to determine a cause of death. Original story: A [?]


  • Dolphin lllnesses Linked to Gulf Oil Spill

    Dolphins living in waters affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill are showing elevated levels of lung disease and other health effects.        


  • Dolphin caught in Sydney shark net

    A dolphin killed in shark netting on a Sydney beach 'justifies' calls for the nets to come down.


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