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02-Nov-2014

  • Another Life: ?Dolphin initiatives? can start swimmingly but end badly

    Irish Whale and Dolphin Group says even sociable wild dolphins are best left to wild lives


  • Fast Dolphin receives NMSDC certification as Minority Business Enterprise

    LAUDERDALE, Fla., Oct. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fast Dolphin has been officially certified as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council, a branch of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). Companies looking to work with Minority-owned businesses can now reach those goals with Fast Dolphin, a Hispanic-owned Oracle and ...


  • This Technology Lets You Become a Dolphin

    Would you be more likely to save a dolphin if you could become one?


  • Dolphins at UWS living in terrible conditions, says experts

    SINGAPORE - Poor water quality, run-down infrastructure, extended contact with humans - these were the main criticisms two visiting marine experts had on Sentosa's Underwater World Singapore (UWS), where a pink dolphin was recently discovered to be suffering from skin cancer. Naomi Rose, marine mammal scientist at the Animal Welfare Institute said this was one of the worst facilities she had ...


  • Dolphin Dorms for JU at least a $9.5M project

    Dolphin Dorms, the 277-bed residential building designed for use by Jacksonville University students, is shaping up as an almost $10 million project. Developers haven?t announced many details since JU confirmed the project in June, but the scope and costs are emerging in public records.


  • What happens when you give a breathalyzer test to a dolphin?

    Scientists have developed a method of capturing a dolphin's breath and analyzing its chemistry, as a way of helping to treat ailing dolphins and to learn more about their biology.


  • Pink dolphin at Underwater World Singapore has non-contagious skin cancer

    SINGAPORE - Underwater World Singapore (UWS) has come under fire after animal welfare groups accused them of keeping their animals in poor conditions. They have since responded by stating that one of their pink dolphins is suffering from a non-contagious form of skin cancer, according to The Straits Times. The marine mammal is currently undergoing regular health checks and is said to be in good ...


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