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28-May-2009

  • Pink, red-eyed dolphin wows the waves (Daily Telegraph)

    WHAT'S pink, has red eyes and leaps around a busy shipping channel long enough for you to believe your eyes? A rare albino bottlenose dolphin.


  • Pink dolphin a standout in La. shipping channel (Boston Globe)

    What's pink, has red eyes and leaps around a Louisiana shipping channel long enough for you to believe your eyes? A rare albino bottlenose dolphin. Bottlenose dolphins are common in the lower Calcasieu Ship Channel, feeding in the deep water and riding on top of boats' waves. And when the pink one jumps amid four dark gray dolphins, it's easy ...


  • 'Pepto-Bismol Pink' Dolphin in Louisiana Ship Channel (Fox News)

    The rare bottlenose dolphin is a frequent visitor to the lower Calcasieu Ship Channel south of Lake Charles.


  • Rare pink dolphin turns heads off La. (MSNBC)

    What's pink, has red eyes and leaps around a Louisiana shipping channel long enough for you to believe your eyes? A rare albino bottlenose dolphin, just the 14th spotted worldwide.


  • Pink dolphin a standout in La. shipping channel (Boston Herald)

    NEW ORLEANS - What's pink, has red eyes and leaps around a Louisiana shipping channel long enough for you to believe your eyes? A rare albino bottlenose dolphin. Bottlenose...


  • Pink dolphin a standout in La. shipping channel (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

    In a Dec. 5, 2007, photo, an albino dolphin calf follows an adult in the Calcasieu Ship Channel in Louisiana. The dolphin often still is seen in the channel south of Lake Charles, near the western edge of the state.


  • Brewin Dolphin sees hopeful signs (ShareCast via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance)

    Stockbroker and fund manager Brewin Dolphin has maintained its interim dividend despite profit before tax falling by more than fifth.


  • Pink dolphin a standout in La. shipping channel (AP via Yahoo! News)

    What's pink, has red eyes and leaps around a Louisiana shipping channel long enough for you to believe your eyes? A rare albino bottlenose dolphin. Bottlenose dolphins are common in the lower Calcasieu Ship Channel, feeding in the deep water and riding on top of boats' waves. And when the pink one jumps amid four dark gray dolphins, it's easy to spot.


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