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  • Why Dolphin Killings at the Cove Have Dropped to a Record Low

    With the dolphin killing season at the cove in Taiji, Japan, half over, deaths and captures of the marine mammals have hit record lows. Between the opening of this season, on Sept. 1, 2014, and the end of the year, 367 dolphins were slaughtered, compared with 406 dolphins killed by Taiji hunters over the same period in 2013, according to data compiled by the website Ceta-Base from estimates ...

  • ?Alaska? latest addition to fish cemetery in Dagupan

    The dolphin died after being washed ashore in Baranga Alaska in Aringay town in La Union last Monday.

  • Keys marine mammal facility welcomes baby dolphin

    The Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key has a new arrival -- a baby Atlantic spotted dolphin. Click to Continue

  • Pure white albino dolphin filmed in Monterey Bay

    A California whale watching company spotted the juvenile swimming with a group of gray dolphins

  • Brewin Dolphin's funds under management jumps to 37.9 billion pounds

    Brewin Dolphin (BRW.L) said on Wednesday its funds under management rose to 37.9 billion pounds at the end of December from 36 billion a year ago. The British wealth manager said fee income for three months to end of December increased to 47.4 million pounds, a 14 percent jump over the same period in 2013 helped by capital inflows and positive investment performance.

  • Rare Albino Bottlenose Dolphin Spotted Off Florida Coast

    An albino bottlenose dolphin, recently spotted off the east coast of Florida, was caught on video flashing its white dorsal fin above the water's blue waves. The rare white dolphin is the star of an amateur video filmed by Danielle Carter, a volunteer with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Carter took the video when she unexpectedly noticed the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops ...



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