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  • Dolphin season has arrived for South Carolina's offshore anglers

    It was a common sight last weekend at docks and marinas, offshore anglers reaching into their fish boxes and hauling out one of the most sought fish caught off the South Carolina coast.

  • MMA fighter Cathal Pendred tries to save baby dolphin

    Kate Stanton DOONBEG, Ireland, April 28 (UPI) -- "Ultimate Fighter 19" competitor Cathal Pendred jumped into the ocean to help a stranded baby dolphin.

  • Caretakers, fans mourn loss of record-setting dolphin

    Whether they once swam with her, watched her perform or simply played catch, hundreds of people on Friday were mourning the loss of Nellie, a lifelong resident of Marineland Dolphin Adventure, who died Wednesday at the age of 61.

  • New tool to aid in dolphin strandings

    The cause of dolphin strandings has long been a mystery but a new study shows that clues about survival rates after release may be found in the sea mammal?s blood. The study analyzed blood work and body condition values from stranded common dolphins and compared them with survival rates after release. Responders in the field are now using the blood and health data to make better release ...

  • Entertainment Gaming Asia?s Dolphin Subsidiary Receives $3.3 Million Gaming Chip and Plaque Order for the New City of ...

    Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. , a gaming company focused on emerging gaming markets in Pan-Asia, today announced its Dolphin subsidiary has received a $3.3 million gaming chip and plaque order to supply Melco Crown Resorts Corporation?s new City of Dreams Manila resort in the Philippines.

  • Nellie the dolphin dies at Marineland Dolphin Adventure

    Nellie, the oldest dolphin in human care, has died at age 61 at her home at Marineland Dolphin Adventure

  • Watch: Dolphin Tale Is Coming Back

    Winter, the dolphin who played himself in the first film, will star as a different character in Dolphin Tale 2, slated for Sept. 19.

  • Navy Dolphin Trainer Drowns In San Diego Bay

    Navy dolphin trainer drowns in San Diego Bay



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