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08-Jun-2010

  • Dolphins: Their Life History and Biology

    Bottle-nosed dolphins move from the Mid-Atlantic in October and November to warmer waters in the south. They return to the Mid-Atlantic in the spring as they follow schools of fish ...


  • MiamiDolphins.com

    Official team site with AFC East game schedule, roster, NFL news, player statistics, ticket information, cheerleaders, plus team history.


  • Cheerleader | Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

    Photos, fan club, audition information, and history. [Requires Flash]


  • Dolphins - interesting dolphin facts

    Here is a listing of all dolphin species and their scientific names. Plus a few interesting facts about dolphins.


  • Sun Life Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Sun Life Stadium (previously known as Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Dolphin Stadium, and Land Shark Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium ...


  • Facts about Dolphins

    Facts about Dolphins, Information about Bottlenose Dolphins, Pink Dolphins. Dolphin Information


  • Miami Dolphins - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Miami Dolphins are a professional football team based in the Miami, Florida metropolitan area. They play home games at Sun Life Stadium, in the suburb of Miami Gardens.


  • Dolphin, the Gamecube and Wii emulator - News

    SVN 5587: Avoid producing empty object files: CoreRecording.cpp is not configured through SVN 5586: Have lint mean -Werror at least until the issue with -Warray-bounds and -Wunused


  • Dolphin

    Dolphin is a file manager for KDE focusing on usability. ... About Dolphin. Dolphin is a file manager for KDE focusing on usability.


  • Miami Dolphins (1966-Present)

    Miami DolphinsTeam History. Nickname: The name was selected in a name the team contest. The bottlenose dolphin, an intelligent creature with an irresistible built-in grin, has ...


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