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16-May-2011

  • Dolphin autopsy reveals deformity

    An autopsy carried out on a young male dolphin washed up on a Scottish beach finds it had a spine deformity that may have prevented it from feeding.


  • Former Navy dolphin Theresa dead at 56

    Nobody -- dolphin or human -- outranked Theresa in longevity at the Dolphin Research Center. Theresa, matriarch of the dolphin pod at the Grassy Key facility for more than four decades, died Wednesday at an estimated age of 56.


  • Dolphin knotted in crab trap near Rockport could die, conservation group says

    The Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network seeks the public's help in finding the dolphin


  • Dolphin carcass washed ashore

    Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, May 12: A carcass of Bottle Nose Dolphin washed ashore at Pamban Coast in the Island Town of Rameswaram, today.


  • Talk with a dolphin via underwater translation machine

    A computer system that divers can wear may bridge the language barrier between us and dolphins


  • Japan's dolphin hunters extend season

    Fishermen in Japan's dolphin-hunting town of Taiji have extended their catch season by one month and this week caught some 60 long-finned pilot whales, according to a local official.


  • Fish Tank first at Frenzy

    When Matt Key saw a free-jumping bull dolphin Saturday morning, he wished it would take a swipe at one of his team's trolled baits. Almost on cue, one of the reels began screaming.


  • Hatboro woman leaves large donation to dolphin exhibit in Baltimore aquarium

    Even though she lived in Hatboro, Marian Smith?s heart was in Baltimore.


  • Things to do in St. Lucie County this week: May 16

    The Exchange Club of Indian River will sponsor the 35th annual Blue Water Open Dolphin Mania Charity Fishing Tournament on Friday and Saturday out of the Fort Pierce City Marina, Avenue A and Melody Lane in downtown Fort Pierce.


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