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  • Brewin Dolphin Hldgs - Notice of IMS

    ? Brewin Dolphin Holdings PLC Notice of Interim Management Statement Brewin Dolphin Holdings PLC will announce its Interim Management Statement for the thirteen week period ended 30 June 2012 on Monday ...

  • Dolphin flyover to Palmetto nearly complete

    The first step of a redesign of the Dolphin Expressway where it meets the Palmetto Expressway is nearly complete. About 430,000 cars travel the area every day, and it has long been a traffic nightmare. When crews first broke ground along the Dolphin, or State Road 836, less than a year ago, they embarked on a first-of-its-kind project in Miami-Dade County. The mission was to build a flyover lane ...

  • White Dolphin by Gill Lewis - review

    'I read Sky Hawk, but I am just as impressed with White Dolphin, if not more' Although this book is clearly written for younger children than me, it still tackles complex issues such as overfishing and death that are not normally covered by children's writers. But it is written in such a perfect and simple way that it is easy to understand and is very readable for people of all ages. Gill Lewis ...

  • Tourists moved by dolphin's unusual display of affection

    Tourists on a dolphin-watching trip saw a mother dolphin carrying its dead calf as it swam out to sea, refusing to abandon it. -AsiaOne

  • Dolphin Mourns Death Of Calf, Swims With It For Days (Video)

    Dolphin mourns A mother dolphin mourned the passing of her calf by carrying it on her back for days. NDT China reported that the dolphin was spotted with her calf in Sanniang Bay of Qinzhou City in Southern China on July 8. It appeared that the adult dolphin, approximately 3 meters long, was using its back to help the baby dolphin, about 1.5 meters long, swim towards the deep sea. But it was ...

  • No new confrontations with Slidell dolphin reported

    People are getting the message that the wild animal should be left alone



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