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16-Jul-2011

  • Dolphin calves died of pneumonia, internal bleeding, National Aquarium says

    Although the animals died within days of each other, officials say the deaths were unrelated Pneumonia killed one dolphin calf at the National Aquarium last month while internal bleeding took the life of another baby days later, according to results of a necropsy released Friday.


  • Dolphin Tower owners walk away

    As costs to repair building mount, more are deciding to stop paying their monthly dues.


  • Dolphin calves died of pneumonia, internal bleeding, aquarium says

    Although the animals died within days of each other, officials say the deaths were unrelated Pneumonia killed one dolphin calf at the National Aquarium last month while internal bleeding took the life of another baby days later, according to results of an animal autopsy released Friday.


  • Dolphin dies in arms of distraught Irish fisherman - VIDEO

    A dolphin that had enthralled crowds on the banks of the River Lee in Cork has died after it was caught in a fisherman?s net. Distraught angler Anthony Quilligan explained how the dolphin died in his arms on Tuesday after it became entangled in his salmon net.


  • Miami a getaway for dolphin-loving mom and son

    Sometime around my 30th birthday, I decided I really wanted to be a dolphin trainer when I grew up. Sadly, I was reminded by my mother that, at least in theory, I was already grown. So I did the next best thing and spent a day at Discovery Cove in Orlando, pretending Mom was wrong.


  • Dolphin Digital Media to Unveil H+ at Comic-Con

    MIAMI -- Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. is excited to announce H+, its second original digital series in conjunction with Warner Premiere, has been invited to be featured at an exclusive panel during Comic-Con, the annual fanboy convention in San Diego, California.


  • Dolphin dies in Lee after getting caught in nets

    ONE OF three dolphins swimming in the River Lee in Cork city died yesterday after it became entangled in fishing nets.


  • Dolphin installs in-vehicle monitoring system

    Dolphin Energy has installed in-vehicle monitoring systems (IVMS) in their fleet of cars in Qatar and the UAE. The move reflects the company?s commitment to a proactive approach to road safety and safe driving.


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