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  • Presenting our new logo... (The Wessex Scene Online)

    The Southampton University dolphin logo is no more, following the recent unveiling of the new, somewhat controversial logo on 4 February.

  • Databoard (The Post and Courier)

    FIFTY-FIFTY TOURNAMENT ANNOUNCED: The Fifty-Fifty/Petrel offshore fishing tournament will be held Friday and Saturday out of Ripley Light Yacht Club. Registration and captain's meeting will be held from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday at Ripley Light Yacht Club. The entry fee is $300 for the dolphin division and $300 for the wahoo division.

  • Ross' homer saves day (Sun-Sentinel)

    Two-run shot in 9th overcomes run of blunders Cody Ross saved the Marlins an unexplainable embarrassment with a two-run, walk-off homer off Reds closer Francisco Cordero to cap a three-run, ninth-inning rally and break a seven-game losing streak to Cincinnati 8-7 in front of a frenzied crowd of 25,289 at Dolphin Stadium.

  • Walk-off home run wastes Reds' comeback bid (Dayton Daily News)

    MIAMI ? They passed out cow bells to the 25,789 in Dolphin Stadium on Saturday night, June 7, and the fans rang and rang and rang, hoping their Florida Marlins would come home from the pasture as winners.

  • NOAA study shows eastern tropical pacific ocean dolphin populations improving (EurekAlert!)

    The Northeastern Offshore Spotted Dolphin has a falcate, or sickle-shaped dorsal fin and light spotting on the belly.

  • Ross' homer saves day for Marlins (Sun-Sentinel)

    Two-out, two-run shot in 9th overcomes run of blunders One Cody Ross swing in the ninth inning turned what appeared to be the agony of an unexplainable, embarrassing loss into the ecstasy of an 8-7 Marlins victory over Cincinnati on Saturday night that sent a Dolphin Stadium crowd to 25,289, ringing cowbells, into a wild frenzy.

  • TODAY'S GAME (Sun-Sentinel)

    Reds at Marlins 1:10 p.m., Dolphin Stadium, Miami Gardens

  • Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean Dolphin Populations Improving (Environmental News Network)

    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 from NOAA's Fisheries Service.



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