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27-Nov-2012

  • Violent dolphin deaths a 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.


  • Singaporeans, too, angered by dolphin?s death

    Not only animal welfare advocates but the public in Singapore are outraged over the death last week of a dolphin in transit to the city-state from the Philippines despite pending court motions.


  • Cops: Dolphin choked cabbie

    Dolphins DB Jonathon Amaya has been charged with battery. Miami Dolphins defensive back Jonathon Amaya has been charged with battery after police say he choked a taxi driver.


  • 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 ...


  • 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.


  • 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 care excellent?park exec

    The furor over the death of a dolphin being transported from the Philippines to Singapore may have been excessive, said a theme park official whose facility at the Subic Bay Freeport housed the animals before their transfer to Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) last week.


  • Tokyo activists rally against dolphin, whale hunts

    Environmentalists and nationalists held opposing rallies over the issue of Japan's dolphin and whale hunts in a rare showdown in central Tokyo on Saturday, leading to angry scenes.


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