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03-Oct-2008

  • Mum and baby dolphin freed after 2 weeks (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    A dolphin and her baby have finally been captured after being trapped in a lake on the New South Wales north coast for two weeks.


  • VIDEO: Dolphins Try To Rescue Injured Dolphin (810 WGY Albany)

    The scientists spotted about 20 dolphins separated from a big group of 400. Video shows dolphins trying to save the life of a member of their pod by holding the dolphin up to the surface of the sea.


  • Shark-Dolphin engagement announced (Parkes Champion-Post)

    Once upon a time, pool-side at Parkes, a dolphin and a shark slipped into a conversation that flowed around their shared love of the water. Their friendship developed swimmingly.


  • Florida State gets Griffin, Sims back from suspension (Miami Herald)

    When Florida State plays Miami at Dolphin Stadium on Saturday, the Seminoles should be closer to full strength than they have been all season.


  • Rare Chinese dolphins swim into more protected waters (Environmental News Network)

    Xingzikou, China: The Chinese government, which has done quite a lot for the Yangtze river?s endangered freshwater dolphins, last week decided it needed to do more. The key initiative of the new Yangtze Dolphin Network is to connect existing reserves established for the Baiji dolphin, the world's most endangered member of the whale family, and the finless porpoise.


  • Baby Dolphin Born at Atlantis (Khaleej Times)

    dubai ? The first baby dolphin was born at a newly opened luxury resort in a special maternity pool recently and is being monitored 24 hours to ensure that the calf is healthy.


  • Dolphin Integration launches audio converters (EETimes.fr)

    Dolphin Integration SA, French provider of embedded memories and audio converters in the form of intellectual property cores, has introduced digital audio converters (DACs) for resident consumer applications.


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