Hand Feed Dolphins at Tin Can Bay


dolphin News Archive


  • Dolphin Engine Makes Dolphin Browser Beta the Highest Performing HTML5 Mobile Browser Available Today

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA-- - Dolphin Browser , the most popular third-party browser on Android and iOS and the only Gesture and Voice enabled browser, today announced the launch of Dolphin Engine, behind-the-scenes ...

  • Octopus Gets Handsy on Dolphin's Privates

    Dolphin learns to stop playing with its food. Hey, at least it wasn't crabs.

  • Octopus' Wild Dolphin Ride

    A closer look at the octopus hitchhiker attached to a dolphin's genitals. Joan Gonzalvo/Tethys Research Institute, via The Ionian Dolphin Project In this June 13, 2012 photograph, an octopus clings to the belly of a bottlenose dolphin.

  • Octopus Hitches Ride on Dolphin's Genitals

    An octopus got the joyride of its life last week when it somehow became stuck on the belly of a bottlenose dolphin in the Ionian Sea. More specifically, the tentacled sea creature had a seat on the dolphin's genital slit.

  • Blue Dolphin Purchases Option to Acquire Ingleside Refinery Site

    HOUSTON -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company (OTCQX:BDCO) ("Blue Dolphin"), an independent energy company with refining, midstream and upstream operations, today announced its purchase of a 180 day ...

  • Dolphin Browser Gets Even Faster On Android

    Android: Dolphin Browser HD, our favourite web browser for Android , just released a new beta that comes with serious speed boosts.

  • Hughes takes Dolphin Round Up lead with 31.6-pounder

    Competition Tackle's month-long tournament runs through June 30 Troy Hughes caught a 31.6-pound bull dolphin to take over the lead in Competition Tackle's 16th annual Dolphin Round Up for Hospice by the Sea.

  • Octopus photographed clinging to dolphin's nether parts

    Marine researchers off the west coast of Greece spotted an octopus taking the ride of its life.  



    Back to Holiday at Tin Can Bay and Hand Feed Dolphins for FREE Tin Can Bay.

    Back to Great Sandy Strait Website

    Back to dolphin News Archives