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28-Mar-2014

  • Human-Dolphin Translation

    1. An important update on human-dolphin communication .  "It was late August 2013 and Denise Herzing was swimming in the Caribbean. The dolphin pod she had been tracking for the past 25 years was ...


  • Russia Stole Ukraine's Killer Dolphin Army

    As you may have heard in the past, the Ukrainian navy has a group of around ten dolphins in Sevastopol that are on active military duty. After last week?s referendum vote to secede from Ukraine, Russian troops began seizing Crimea?s naval bases. The killer dolphins are now being ?preserved and directed? to the Russian navy, according to an employee of the Sevastopol dolphin training facility ...


  • Dolphin whistle translated by computer for the first time - and it said SEAWEED

    One expert heard a dolphin 'say' sargassum when she was swimming in the Caribbean last August and used a prototype translator to decode its whistle.


  • Dolphin whistle instantly translated by computer

    Software has performed the first real-time translation of a dolphin whistle ? and better data tools are giving fresh insights into primate communication too        


  • Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel Celebrates Easter With PEEPS(R)

    Guests at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel will experience Easter magic during PEEPtastic Easter April 16 to 23, a celebration sweetened by thousands of free PEEPSŪ brand marshmallow samples, ...


  • PEEPS-themed Easter coming to Disney's Swan and Dolphin

    Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel will be celebrating Easter with a PEEPS-themed event from April 16-23.


  • Whale and dolphin watching sustainable?

    Whale and dolphin-watching may not be the low-impact, sustainable industries many believe them to be, according to a new evidence-based book containing contributions from some 50 international experts.


  • Photos: U.S. Navy?s dolphin and seal program

    Koa, an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, is transported in an inflatable boat. The Navy uses dolphins operated by Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 1 to locate and mark mines for neutralization or exploitation. Photo by U.S. Navy A Russian news agency reported Wednesday that the Russian military will be using a fleet of military dolphins trained by the Ukrainian Navy. The United States ...


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