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16-May-2009

  • Cutter the dolphin released (Florida Keys Keynoter)

    A young Atlantic spotted dolphin that convalesced for almost three months at a Key Largo marine mammal rehabilitation center was released Tuesday about eight miles southwest of Key West.


  • Ex-Dolphin jumped at chance (Boston Globe)

    The Patriots cast their line in hopes of catching a Dolphin, but there was never a bite.


  • Concerns raised over dusky dolphin (The Press)

    Whale Watch fears a study on the impact of wildlife tourism on dusky dolphins may be too narrow.


  • Blue Dolphin Energy Company Reports First Quarter Results (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

    Blue Dolphin Energy Company , an independent oil and gas company with operations in the Gulf of Mexico, today reported financial results for the three month period ended March 31, 2009.


  • Rehabilitated dolphin released off Key West (Sun-Sentinel)

    KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) -- A young Atlantic spotted dolphin that spent nearly three months recuperating at a Florida Keys marine mammal rehabilitation center was released off Key West Tuesday.


  • Beloved dolphin statue stays (YourNabe.com)

    Some City Islanders had a very strong emotional reaction when they heard that a dolphin sculpture they have come to love was to be moved by the Parks Department out of Hawkins Park. Now, after much pleading, the dolphin sculpture is staying put.


  • Teens with summer jobs are a rare breed (The Courier News)

    Chris Sykes had an advantage over other young people when he was trying to find employment this summer. The 20-year-old has spent the past six summers working at Dolphin Cove in Carpentersville.


  • Dolphin Offshore soars 20% on bonus issue (Business Standard India)

    Dolphin Offshore Enterprises has surged 20% to its upper limit on the back of an bonus issue.


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