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14-Mar-2011

  • Dolphin injures woman off Isles of Capri

    Curiosity gets the best of a 600 pound dolphin when it ends up in a boat.


  • Dolphin lands in boat on Marco River

    In his 10 years on the Isles of Capri Fire and Rescue Department, Lt.


  • Police in dolphin rescue

    Auckland police have earned themselves a fan with the recovery of a stuffed dolphin from the city's southern motorway yesterday.


  • Dolphin injures woman off Isle of Capri

    Isles of Capri: Curiosity gets the best of a 600 pound dolphin when it ends up in a boat. Isles of Capri Fire Lieutenant Keith Perry says he answered a distress call on the Marco River just before 3:00pm Sunday.


  • Dolphin mystery just one piece of oil-spill puzzle

    GULFPORT -- The investigation into the many infant dolphin deaths along the coasts of Mississippi and Alabama will be multi-faceted in the months to come and watched by dozens of agencies and hundreds of attorneys in litigation with BP.


  • PHOTOS: Dolphin jumps onto boat in Marco River, injuring woman

    A boat ride on the Marco River turned into a once-in-a-lifetime adventure after Isles of Capri fire officials said a 600- to 700-pound dolphin jumped into the deck of the boat.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • Mystery surrounds dolphin deaths

    MYSTERY surrounds why a record number of common dolphins have washed up dead on the southern shores of the country.


  • FLIPPER FRIENDLY: As the weather heats up, dolphin safety takes center stage

    Catching a glimpse of a dolphin breaching the water is a unique and exciting experience for some, but for Capt. Steve Land of the Sportsman 2, dolphins can mean trouble. ?They like to steal fish from the fishing lines,? Land said. While...


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