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25-May-2013

  • Dolphin Finds Ancient Torpedo

    A Navy dolphin training to look for mines off the coast of San Diego found a museum-worthy 19th-century torpedo on the seafloor, military officials said.


  • Navy Dolphin Finds Rare 130-Year-Old Torpedo

    A Navy dolphin training to look for mines off the coast of San Diego found a museum-worthy 19th-century torpedo on the seafloor, military officials said.


  • S. Korea to release dolphin back into wild

    A 13-year-old dolphin was Saturday being transported to an ocean pen off a South Korean island for training to prepare it for release back into the wild after four years in a Seoul zoo, officials said.


  • Heading to Hawaii for dolphin-assisted birth

    Last month, Adam Barrington, 29, and his pregnant wife Heather, 27, boarded a plane for Hawaii. The couple traveled over 4,500 miles in the hopes of welcoming baby Bodhi into the world during a dolphin-assisted birth in Pohoa, Hawaii.


  • Dolphin Encounter at Cabo San Lucas

    Swimming with dolphins is just one of the many exciting shore excursion adventures passengers can experience on their Holland America Cruise Line. Thanks to Liz Day for sharing her tour while at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. What a great shore excursion in Cabo San Lucas.


  • Gary Dolphin remembers his friend, legendary broadcaster Jim Zabel

    ?The Good Lord just bought his first round of drinks. Ever.? That?s Gary Dolphin talking Friday morning, a day after legendary Iowa broadcaster Jim Zabel, 91, died. According to his wife, Jill, Zabel passed away Thursday while making phone calls in his Scottsdale Ariz., home.


  • Dolphin, 13, prepares to be set free

    A 13-YEAR-OLD dolphin is being prepared to be released back into the wild after four years in a Seoul zoo.


  • Dolphin finds 130-year-old torpedo off San Diego

    The Navy says a trained dolphin has found a 130-year-old torpedo off the San Diego coast.


  • Dolphin Report: Softball Blanked by Chino in Quarterfinals

    By Steve Breazeale Softball The Dana Hills softball team couldn?t quite play out their Cinderella story on May 23 as they were shut out by Chino?s Miranda Viramontes in a 10-0 loss in the CIF-SS Division 2 quarterfinals. The Dolphins entered the playoffs as an at-large team out of the South Coast League, and had [...]


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