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14-May-2008

  • Number of dolphin sightings decreases in Negros (ABS-CBNNEWS.com)

    Bais City, Negros Oriental- Local officials are alarmed by the decreasing number of dolphin sightings in Taņon strait for the months of March to May this year.


  • Aussie survives attack by 5m shark (Independent Online)

    An Australian swimmer who was mauled by a 5m shark and survived said he saw a shadow in the water seconds before the attack and thought it was a dolphin.


  • Recent Original Stories (OS News)

    Mandriva has sent out a press release to highlight NEPOMUK, the semantic framework (think metadata) being developed by Mandriva and several partners and will be integrated in the upcoming KDE 4. It includes a link to a video demonstrating NEPOMUK integration into Dolphin, the KDE 4 file manager.


  • Australian escapes by poking great white shark in eye (People's Daily)

    An Australian man poked a great white shark in the eye and escaped from its jaws, media reported Monday. Jason Cull, 37, said he mistook a dark shape approaching him for a dolphin as he swam about 80 meters off the popular Middleton ...


  • Sick dolphin probably attracted shark, council says (The West Australian)

    A sick dolphin probably drew a shark to an Albany beach where it attacked a man at the weekend, local authorities say. Middleton Beach is likely to remain closed until tomorrow morning after the reappearance of a 5m white pointer shark about 150m from the shore.


  • Aussie survives shark attack (Moldova.org)

    An Australian swimmer says he survived a weekend shark attack by poking the beast in the eye after it dragged him underwater.Authorities said the 13-foot white pointer that chomped on Jason Cull's leg Saturday was probably drawn to the Middleton beach area near Albany by a sick dolphin, The Australian reported. It was one of three sharks seen circling the area.The 37-year-old man was swimming ...


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