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  • Rescued dolphin goes back out to sea

    Volunteers and marine mammal specialists on the south coast released a dolphin into the wild on Thursday, more than six months after it entered St Georges Basin.

  • Virus blamed for dolphin deaths in SA

    A virus not previously detected in SA has been blamed for dolphin deaths along local beaches.

  • KC art gallery scene takes a hit with the departure of Dolphin

    John O?Brien stuns the local art world with the announcement that he will close his Dolphin gallery and frame shop, leaving dozens of the city?s top artists without local representation.

  • Israel inaugurates fifth Dolphin submarine

    KIEL, Germany, April 30 (UPI) -- Israel inaugurated INS Rahav, its fifth Dolphin class submarine, in a ceremony attended by Israel and German officials, the Israeli army said.

  • Dolphin Report: By the Numbers

    By Steve Breazeale 16- Number of straight set wins out of 24 matches played by the Dana Hills boys volleyball team this season. 18- Game-high number of kills tallied by Dana Hills boys volleyball junior outside hitter Christian Hessenauer in the Dolphins 3-0 win over rival San Clemente on April 25. Hessenauer also had a [...]

  • Dolphin Report: Boys Lacrosse Falls in First Round, Boys Volleyball Preps for Playoffs

    By Steve Breazeale Dana Hills Boys Volleyball Grabs Share of League Title The Dana Hills boys volleyball team hosted San Clemente on April 25, needing a win in order to secure at least a share of what would be their fourth consecutive South Coast League title. Behind the efforts of standout junior outside hitter Christian [...]

  • Dolphin ecology from the inside out

    The bottlenose dolphin is the key species to check if strandings and live animals have different stomach contents. This study confirms they have not, which leaves the field clear for extremely valuable research on rare species.



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