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24-Nov-2014

  • Dolphin adrift as Mary?s finish strongly

    Dolphin 18 St. Mary?s College 27


  • Another dolphin found dead; villagers point finger at hunters

    Another dead pink dolphin was found washed up on a beach in Nakhon Si Thammarat's Pak Phanang district yesterday. While coastal villagers revealed that a hunting group from outside had used pair trawls to hunt dolphins in the area, as the fish could yield up to Bt100,000 if sold to an aquarium.


  • Dolphin Capture Shows Greater Range, More Risk

    Dolphin advocates say the capture of an endangered Maui or Hector?s dolphin in a recreational set net this year shows more protection is needed. Maui and Hector?s dolphins are the world?s smallest and rarest marine dolphins, found only in New Zealand?s inshore waters.


  • Beached dolphin rescued north of Sydney

    A morning training session has turned into a rescue mission to save a beached dolphin in Sydney.


  • Blue Dolphin Announces Improved Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results

    Blue Dolphin Energy Company announced financial results for the third quarter financial period ended September 30, 2014.


  • Pregnant wild dolphin shot to death near FL panhandle

    The Whale and Dolphin Conservation confirms that their group is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of who ever killed a protected bottlenose dolphin that was within weeks of giving birth. NOAA's Office of Law Enforcement is investigating the death of the dolphin found dead on Miramar Beach in the panhandle-area of Florida. 


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