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23-Oct-2012

  • 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


  • 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??


  • Experts puzzled by lone dolphin in Cayman Islands

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


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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


  • 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.


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