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23-Nov-2012

  • Violent dolphin deaths: $5,000 reward to find their attackers (+video)

    Violent dolphin deaths are on the rise in the Gulf of Mexico. The violent attacks on dolphins include bullet wounds and hacked off fins. Five dolphin deaths are from gunshot wounds.


  • Dolphin bound for Singapore oceanarium dies

    One of 25 dolphins being transferred to a Singapore oceanarium despite protests from activists died during its flight to the city-state on Thursday, the resort said.


  • Violent dolphin deaths: $5,000 reward to find their attackers

    Violent dolphin deaths are on the rise in the Gulf of Mexico. The violent attacks on dolphins include bullet wounds and hacked off fins. Five dolphin deaths are from gunshot wounds.


  • Dolphin dies during disputed flight

    ONE of 25 dolphins being transferred to a Singapore oceanarium despite protests from activists has died during its flight to the city-state.


  • Violent dolphin deaths mystery for scientists

    Over the past several months, dolphins have washed ashore along the northern Gulf Coast with bullet wounds, missing jaws and hacked off fins, and federal officials said they are looking into the mysterious deaths.


  • Blue Dolphin Reports Third Quarter Financial Results And Provides Nixon Facility Operational Update

    HOUSTON, Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company ("Blue Dolphin") announced condensed consolidated financial results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2012.Blue ...


  • RWS dolphin dies before arrival in S'pore

    One of the 25 dolphins bound for Resorts World Sentosa's (RWS) Marine Life Park died shortly upon arrival in Singapore on Thursday.


  • Dolphin bound for Marine Life Park dies en route to Singapore

    SINGAPORE: A male dolphin bound for Marine Life Park at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) has died on its flight to Singapore.


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