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  • A Florida City Has Become a Hotbed of Dolphin Harassment

    Panama City, Fla., has become a ?hotbed of illegal interactions with wild dolphins? because of tour operators who allow customers to feed and swim with the animals, according to federal officials.

  • Boycott threat over rare New Zealand dolphin

    Environmentalists are threatening to call a boycott of New Zealand's billion-dollar seafood export industry unless the government boosts efforts to save the world's rarest dolphin, which has dwindled to a population of 50.

  • Dolphin movie screening, protest planned for this week

    A free screening of the Academy Award-winning documentary "The Cove" will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. Oct. 2 at the West Charleston Library, 6301 W. Charleston Blvd.

  • Dolphin Tale 2 review: My wave of Flipper nostalgia with a sweet sequel

    There really isn?t much of a story to justify this disarmingly sweet sequel to 2011 hit Dolphin Tale. Aptly, it?s a film without much of a tale about a dolphin without much of a tail.

  • Five rescued after dolphin 'attack'

    Five swimmers are rescued from Galway Bay in the Republic of Ireland after what has been described as a dolphin attack.

  • Five swimmers rescued from DOLPHIN attack off coast of Ireland

    The dolphin kept circling the group of swimmers at Salthill, Galway, repeatedly hitting them with its tail and nose, until coastguard were called to the scene.

  • Dolphin Attack: Five Swimmers Rescued In Ireland

    Five swimmers were rescued by the Irish Coast Guard, who were called to Salthill, Galway when an aggressive dolphin ?attacked? the group, forcing them out of the water. According to witnesses, the dolphin circled the group, swimming at them in an intimidating fashion and glancing off them with its tail and nose, The Daily Mail Dolphin Attack: Five Swimmers Rescued In Ireland is an article from ...



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