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24-Jun-2014

  • N. Zealand PM says oil threat to rare dolphin 'mumbo jumbo'

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on Tuesday dismissed concerns about allowing oil exploration in waters set aside to protect the world's rarest dolphin as "mumbo jumbo". The Maui's dolphin, the world's smallest and rarest sub-species, is found only in shallow waters off the North Island of New Zealand, with scientists estimating there are only about 50 left. A large marine sanctuary has been ...


  • Virtual Dolphin on a Mission

    A novel video game featuring a lifelike virtual dolphin may soon help stroke victims?and, eventually, real dolphins too.


  • Residents concerned that Dolphin House regeneration is falling behind schedule

    The first phase of regeneration may not now start until next September.


  • Nick Smith backtracks over Maui's Dolphin

    Conservation Minister Nick Smith has admitted there could have been sightings of Maui?s Dolphins in areas opened for oil and gas exploration, but denies he misled Parliament.


  • Nick Smith: No dolphin sightings in drilling area

    Conservation Minister Nick Smith is standing by his statement that not a single Maui's Dolphin has been sighted inside an area opened up by the Government for oil drilling.


  • Slidell dolphin found dead Sunday

    A dolphin seen often in the Slidell area was found dead Sunday.


  • ?I had a sexual relationship with a dolphin?

    He flipped for her ? and died of a broken heart. Peter the Dolphin was just 6 years old when he fell in love ? with a human. The bottlenose...


  • N.Zealand snubs call to better protect 'hobbit' dolphin

    New Zealand on Wednesday dismissed a call from top marine scientists to better protect a rare dolphin, saying existing safeguards for the creature dubbed "the hobbit of the sea" were sufficient. The International Whaling Commission's (IWC) scientific committee, representing more than 200 marine experts, has warned that the Maui's dolphin will become extinct unless fishing is banned in its ...


  • Wounded dolphin found in Cebu City

    A wounded dolphin was found in a coastal barangay in Cebu City.  The dolphin was found on the shore with a large wound in its neck area, according to a report on GMA News' "Unang Balita."


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