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25-Mar-2014

  • Dolphin Wins New 3D Seismic Contract in South America

    Norwegian seismic survey firm Dolphin Geophysical announced Monday the award of new 3D seismic data acquisition contract offshore South America. The new award is expected to last for more than 70 days.


  • Third dolphin death in less than a week in Lowcountry

    In less than a week, a third dolphin has been found stranded in the Lowcountry. This makes it the 28th dolphin found along South Carolina's coast this year.


  • Qatar- Dolphin Energy achieves safety milestone

    (MENAFN - The Peninsula) Dolphin Energy Limited yesterday announced that it had reached 40 million man hours without a lost time injury between the period of February 2009 and Dece...


  • 3rd bottlenose dolphin found dead; cause unknown

    For the third time in a week, a dead bottlenose dolphin has been found in Beaufort County waters.


  • Dolphin Bites Child?s Hand at SeaWorld

    A dolphin at a SeaWorld petting pool has bitten a young child, prompting an internal investigation by the company and a formal complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Agriculture by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. PETA published an article yesterday stating that ?a dolphin at SeaWorld San Antonio?s Dolphin Cove latched onto the hand and wrist of a 9-year-old girl so tightly that ...


  • Update: Dolphin in Sag Harbor Cove Euthanized

    A Common dolphin, that was discovered swimming in Sag Harbor Cove Thursday night, has been euthanized, according to officials from The Riverhead Foundation.


  • Ex-dolphin hunter denounces Japanese tradition

    The Japanese practice of dolphin hunting is again under criticism, with an ex-hunter calling the practice inhumane. Photo by Flickr user Thomas Hawk. The annual Japanese dolphin slaughter in Taiji Cove that has drawn international ire, has yet another detractor. Izumi Ishii, an ex-dolphin hunter, has gone on record contradicting the Japanese government?s claims that the practice is a century-old ...


  • UPDATE: Bottlenose Dolphin Euthanized In Sag Harbor

    Update, Friday, 4:30 p.m. The adult bottlenose dolphin that was swimming in Sag Harbor Cove over the past few days was euthanized on Friday afternoon, according to Melissa Martin, press coordinater for the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation.


  • 2nd dead dolphin found in Beaufort Country

    Another dead bottlenose dolphin has been found in Beaufort County.


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