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18-Jun-2011

  • Scarcity of large dolphin puzzles anglers

    June in South Florida: Fishing for dolphin, or mahi mahi, should be rocking the ocean from Palm Beach through the Keys.


  • Dolphin calf dies at the Shedd

    A dolphin baby born last week at the Shedd Aquarium has died, the aquarium announced today.


  • Blue Dolphin to Transition to OTCQB Marketplace

    Blue Dolphin Energy Company , an independent oil and gas company with operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and the North Sumatra Basin in offshore Indonesia, announced today that its common stock will cease trading on The Nasdaq Capital Market effective with the open of business on Monday, June 13, 2011. The Company expects its securities to begin trading on the OTCQB Marketplace immediately ...


  • SAP Certifies Dolphin Content Archive Service for Cloud

    Dolphin today announced SAP certification of the Dolphin Content Archive Service (CAS) for Cloud 2.0. The First ?Zero-Footprint? Cloud Solution for SAP Archived Data and Documents. (PRWeb June 16, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/6/prweb8577796.htm


  • Dolphin is a player's coach

    Forty years ago, Dan Dolphin was adept at fielding ground balls on a baseball diamond.


  • Dolphin born at Shedd Aquarium

    A Pacific white-sided dolphin gave birth \today at the Shedd Aquarium after coming home pregnant last year from a trip to Miami's Seaquarium. The birth is a rare and important one for the Shedd.


  • New 'Dolphin Tale' trailer in theaters

    Based on true events, Dolphin Tale is a family-friendly film about "Winter," a young dolphin who lost her tail and Sawyer, the 11-year-old boy who befriends her.


  • Dolphin gives birth to 'good, healthy calf' at Shedd Aquarium

    A Pacific white-sided dolphin gave birth to an apparently healthy calf today at the Shedd Aquarium after coming home pregnant last year from a trip to Miami?s Seaquarium.


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