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  • Dolphin-Baby Die-Off in Gulf Puzzles Scientists

    An unusual number of dead young dolphins are washing up on the Gulf Coast. Puzzled scientists warn it's too soon to blame the BP oil spill.

  • Dolphin scores a brace

    Chennai: Dolphin's brace was the highlight of St. Joseph's 6-1 drubbing of Indo-Asian Academy in a league match of the Rev. Fr. Murphy-S.J. Memorial football tournament on Thursday.

  • Dolphin rescued, released in Tayabas Bay

    A stranded dolphin was rescued by fishermen in Barangay (village) Talao-Talao facing Tayabas Bay here Thursday afternoon and was later released back to its natural habitat, a village councilor said.

  • Rescued dolphin calf to stay in Clearwater Marine Aquarium

    By Demorris A. Lee, Times Staff Writer Wednesday, March 2, 2011 Dolphin consultant Robin Friday swims with the rescued baby dolphin after a feeding session at the Clearwater aquarium on Wednesday. CLEARWATER ? She splashed. She flipped. She popped her bottlenose out of the clear blue water for a brief second. Then she darted back to the bottom of the tank. As the playful 4-month-old dolphin ...

  • Dolphin Speakers Highlight Best Practices at SAP insider?s Financials 2011

    Dolphin Will Present Case Studies, Strategies and Proven Solutions for Accounts Payable, Cash Flow Optimization and SAP Business Workflow (PRWeb March 03, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Dolphin-at-SAPinsider/Financials2011/prweb5105754.htm

  • What caused dolphin deaths - oil spill or cold snap?

    Marine scientists are debating whether 80-plus bottlenose dolphins found dead along the U.S. Gulf Coast since January were more likely to have perished from last year's massive oil spill or a winter cold snap.

  • Dolphin deaths on Gulf Coast alarm scientists

    Scientists are trying to figure out what killed 53 bottlenose dolphins ? many of them babies ? so far this year in the Gulf of Mexico.



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