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24-May-2011

  • Stranded dolphin rescued, freed off Calapan City

    CITY OF CALAPAN, Philippines?A Risso?s dolphin, almost 3 meters long, beached in the coastal village of Wawa in this city Friday morning and was released to the deeper sea after over an hour, said an official at the Provincial Agriculture Office-Fisheries and Coastal Resource Management Division (Pago-FCRMD). Rhodora Ramiento, agricultural technologist at Pago-FCRMD, who went [...]


  • 33-pound dolphin tops Blue Water Open

    FORT PIERCE?Ashley Russell's 33-pound dolphin earned her top honors in the 35th Annual Exchange Club Blue Water Open Dolphin Mania Charity Fishing Tournament on Saturday at Fort Pierce City Marina.


  • Dolphin Mania set for Saturday

    FORT PIERCE ? Can the excellent dolphin fishing continue for another weekend?


  • Dolphin spotted in Tar River

    When East Carolina University student Ben McDonald went fishing on Wednesday, he was hoping for catfish ? he was not expecting to see the telltale fin of a dolphin break the surface.


  • AG Saņo's dolphin street art frolics in gallery

    Sidewalk walls, concrete barriers, and interiors of some buildings have been the canvas for dolphin-themed murals by A.G. Saņo and fellow marine life crusaders. Now, their very public art adorns the walls of an established gallery, Indios Bravos, along Mabini Street in Manila until end of May.


  • AG Saņo's dolphin art moves from urban landscapes to gallery walls

    Sidewalk walls, concrete barriers, and interiors of some buildings have been the canvas for dolphin-themed murals by A.G. Saņo and fellow marine life crusaders. Now, their very public art adorn the walls of an established gallery, Indios Bravos, along Mabini Street in Manila until end of May.


  • Officials: Dolphin Hit By Propeller, Found Dead In Tar River

    PITT COUNTY Officials from the Division of Marine Fisheries tell NewsChannel 12 that a bottlenose dolphin could have made its way up the tar river because it was injured by a propeller blade.


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