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05-Mar-2015

  • Dolphin found on Putsborough beach

    A dolphin was found washed up on Putsborough beach yesterday (Wednesday) morning. Amanda Baldwin spotted the creature on the sand when she was walking her dog.


  • Dolphin washes up at Putsborough beach

    This dolphin was found washed up on the beach at 10.45am this morning. A LARGE fully intact dolphin was found washed-up on Putsborough Beach this morning.


  • Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel Offers Springtime Savings

    Flowers are in bloom and activities abound at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel, where springtime savings offer guests up to 40 percent off for stays between March 4 - May 17. The offer runs ...


  • Green Dolphin Street ( 1947 )

    The most popular movies among NYTimes.com readers.


  • Nick Young calls out ESPN anchor who said Iggy Azalea is trying to kill hip-hop

    If only that dolphin hadn't tried to kill Swaggy P in Cabo...


  • Doubtful? Lakers' Young defends dolphin tale

    Lakers reserve guard Nick Young went on the defense Wednesday of his story that a dolphin tried to kill him about a year ago in Mexico after it was learned that comedian Kevin Hart had told an eerily similar tale.


  • Landings Credit Union in Arizona Turns its ATMs over to Dolphin Debit

    Credit unions are opting out of the ATM business, selling their ATM fleets to Dolphin Debit. (PRWeb March 03, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12557497.htm


  • 127 Million Reasons Why the Cove Dolphin Slaughter Continues

    TakePart: The Cove premiered more than six years ago at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. You're quoted as saying that when you sat in that theater in Park City, Utah, you were convinced the hunt would be over. Ric O'Barry: Robert Redford told me afterwards it was the only Sundance documentary that he ever saw get a standing ovation.


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