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06-Jun-2008

  • Mercury poisoning linked to dolphin deaths (The Age)

    Dead dolphins in Port Phillip Bay may have suffered neurological damage due to mercury poisoning.


  • Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean Dolphin Populations Improving (Science Daily)

    The numbers of Northeastern offshore spotted and eastern spinner dolphins in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean are increasing after being severely depleted because of accidental death in the tuna purse-seine fishery between 1960 and 1990, according to biologists.


  • High levels of mercury found in dolphins (ABC via Yahoo!7 News)

    Mismanagement of water catchments is being blamed for high levels of mercury in Victoria's dolphin population.


  • Baby dolphin found dead (The San Pedro Sun)

    Lying in the freezer at the Hol Chan Marine office on Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008, was the carcass of a dolphin. Speculating by the size and weight of the body it is believed that the carcass was of a baby dolphin.


  • Dolphin presents its last Crossroads show (The Kansas City Star)

    This week's First Fridays marks a milestone in the Kansas City art community. The Dolphin Gallery will present its final show, ?Art for Arts' Sake,? at 1901 Baltimore, which has functioned as the Crossroads Art District's epicenter for more than a decade.


  • Two Eastern Tropical Pacific Dolphin Species Recovering (Environment News Service)

    LA JOLLA, California , June 5, 2008 (ENS) - The dolphin-safe tuna labels on cans may have worked as they were intended to work.


  • JASON TAYLOR DANCES AROUND DOLPHIN CONTRACT: Parcels says he wants defensive end back despite friction over 'Dancing ... (Eurweb)

    *The Miami Dolphins' head of football operations, Bill Parcels, said Thursday that "of course" he wants Jason Taylor back next season, and called recent reports of a rift between the player and the organization "a fabrication."


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