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29-May-2011

  • Dolphin: A far-traveled fish prized by the angler and the diner

    Since 2002, Charleston, S.C.-based marine fisheries scientist Don Hammond has been on the trail of one of the sea's most popular fish ? the dolphin. But catching up with one of the world's most widely traveled and fast-moving fish is no easy task.


  • Jones Beach Dolphin Has Died

    Boaters have found a dead dolphin in the Great South Bay off Jones Beach on Long Island, scientists said.


  • 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 Park is perfect place for family outing

    Americans and locals alike are discovering Dolphin Park in central Okinawa, a part of the Nishihara Marine Town project. The idyllic 2.8 hectares (6.92 acres) park adjacent to Kirakira Beach a relaxing place to take families and friends for an afternoon or evening outing.


  • Dolphin watcher Jennie makes a splash

    As Jennie Hunt's rowing boat cut through the crisp morning air yesterday, she spotted a break in the glassy surface of the Canning River. It was four dolphins, including a mother and calf, not five metres away, feeding lazily in the calm waters.


  • Scientists: Ailing dolphin near NY beach has died

    Associated Press - May 27, 2011 4:15 PM ET WANTAGH, N.Y. (AP) - Scientists say boaters have found a dead dolphin in the Great South Bay off New York's Jones Beach.


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