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22-Oct-2012

  • Does Strapping a Gun to a Dolphin's Head Sound Ethical?

    It sounds like a scheme concocted by a James Bond villain, circa 1965? strap a gun to a dolphin?s head then set it loose to attack enemy deep sea divers. The obvious questions are, ?How would a dolphin pull the trigger of a gun strapped to its head?? followed by, ?Really, we've no simpler means to underwater defense than imprisoning sea mammals and training them to handle firearms??


  • Dolphin 'sponging' spans centuries

    Bottlenose dolphins that use sponges to protect their noses while foraging are using a technique that began in the 19th century, a study finds.


  • Dolphin rescued in Charleston Harbor, after getting caught up in crab trap lines

    Dolphin rescued in Charleston Harbor, after getting caught up in crab trap lines


  • Dolphin Speak: Bustin' The Code On Flipper's Rhymes

    Dolphin heroics in helping seafarers in distress have been the stuff of legend since the age of the pharaohs.


  • Experts puzzled by lone dolphin in Cayman Islands

    Stinky the dolphin is lonely, and he's getting way too frisky with humans.


  • Researchers Closer To Decoding Dolphin Speak

    Dolphin heroics in helping seafarers in distress have been the stuff of legend since the age of the pharaohs.


  • Discovery Cove deal: $199 for dolphin swim and much more

    Dolphin lovers, this is a deal for you: Discovery Cove in Orlando is offering Florida residents a chance to swim with a dolphin, plus spend an entire day (including meals and alcohol) at Discovery Cove ? plus visit SeaWorld and the Aquatica water park as many times as you want through Jan.


  • How to enable Night Mode on Dolphin for Android

    The latest version of the Dolphin browser for Android can theme Web pages for better night-time reading. We'll show you how to enable Night Mode. Originally posted at How To


  • Lonely dolphin tries to get frisky with humans off Cayman Islands; experts warn he's dangerous

    Stinky the dolphin is lonely, and he's getting way too frisky with humans.


  • Lone frisky dolphin puzzles scientists

    Stinky the dolphin is lonely, and he's getting way too frisky with humans.The lone male bottlenose dolphin has been cavorting for months in waters off the Cayman Islands, a rare case of a solo dolphin far from a pod of his fellows.The...


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