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  • What happens when you give a breathalyzer test to a dolphin?

    Scientists have developed a method of capturing a dolphin's breath and analyzing its chemistry, as a way of helping to treat ailing dolphins and to learn more about their biology.

  • Guests celebrate dolphin swim launch (pics)

    Despite the inclement weather, DDC general manager David Kerr was buoyant about birthday celebrations.

  • Rare dolphin capture 'shows more protection needed'

    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.

  • Rain dampens dolphin celebrations

    Wet weather dampened the popularity of the Dolphin Discovery Centre?s 25th birthday celebrations at the weekend but centre general manager David Kerr remained buoyant about the event.

  • ?I Am Dolphin?: where dolphins, gaming and neuroscience meet

    This is your brain on dolphins.

  • Former Miami Dolphin imprisoned for identity theft

    A South Florida man who briefly played with the Miami Dolphins was sentenced to close to 13 years in federal prison Wednesday for identity theft.

  • This Dolphin ?Breathalyzer? Diagnoses the Health of Marine Mammals and the Ocean

    Biologists are pulling dolphins over and giving them breathalyzer tests?and not because they?re high on puffer fish.

  • Cause unknown: Investigation after dolphin found dead

    Authorities are investigating the death of a dolphin found floating in the Mekong River in Kratie province on Tuesday. Fishermen found the dead male dolphin in a part of the river that runs through Chet Borei district?s Sambok commune, said Kin Sok, a representative of the fishing community.

  • Prosthetics Expert Who Inspired ?Dolphin Tale? Meets With Local Patients

    June DiStefano lost her leg in a motorcycle accident 18 years ago.

  • seatan published 'Good' Ofsted judgement in The Dolphin School's first inspection




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