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  • Beloved dolphin warrior

     MANILA, Philippines -- If he would be reincarnated, this man will probably choose to come back as one of the most intelligent yet peaceful animals on earth ? the dolphin.   But first, Amado Guerrero Saño, whose name literally means ?beloved warrior?? has chosen to fight for the protection of the said marine animals that are now in danger of extinction.   To show how much he loves dolphins, this ...

  • 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

  • Major Companies Choose Dolphin?s Process Tracking System to Optimize Accounts Payable Processes in Support of SAP® ...

    Several major organizations have recently chosen to implement Dolphin?s Process Tracking System for Accounts Payable, Dolphin PTS-AP, to optimize accounts payable business processes in support of SAP® solutions. (PRWeb May 16, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/5/prweb8434728.htm

  • Talk with a dolphin via underwater translation machine

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

  • 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.

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

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

  • Scientists Plan To Create Dolphin Translator, Hope Dolphins Like the Fish

    The time is approaching when we may finally know the age-old question: Will dolphins abanodon Earth when it is demolished for a hyperspace bypass? And more importantly, did they enjoy their stay and the fish at Hotel Earth, complete with full complimentary breakfast?



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