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05-Sep-2008

  • Officials Warn N.J. Dolphin Spotters of Shark Threat (Fox News)

    Wildlife officials in New Jersey are warning dolphin spotters that the animals they are watching could be bull sharks, known for attacking humans.


  • Dolphin or mahi, there's no difference when trolling (Asbury Park Press)

    This has not been an outstanding year for dolphin, but there are enough around that they can be targeted.


  • Dolphin speedboat makes a splash (Ananova)

    A dolphin-inspired cross between a jetski and a submarine is the latest millionaire plaything making a big splash.


  • Dolphin speedboat makes a splash (BruDirect.com)

    A dolphin-inspired cross between a jetski and a submarine is the latest millionaire plaything making a big splash. The Seabreacher can glide on top or below water at high speed - and it has enough power to soar out of the water and fly through the air and perform stunts.


  • Dead dolphin and whale found (BBC News)

    The bodies of a rare whale and dolphin are found washed up on the shores of St Agnes in the Isles of Scilly.


  • Critically-endangered dolphin found dead in Negros Occidental (ABS-CBNNEWS.com)

    A bottle-nosed dolphin died after it was trapped inside a fisherman's net in Sitio Malabong, Barangay 2, Ilog, Negros Occidental Wednesday morning. Fisherman Amelito Moreno and his two companions found the dolphin when they pulled their net from the water around 7 a.m.


  • Activists stage dolphin die-in at Japanese embassy in US (AFP via Yahoo! News)

    Environmental and animal rights activists dressed as dolphins Wednesday staged a die-in in Washington to protest what they called the "horrific butchering" of thousands of dolphins by Japanese fishermen every year.


  • Dolphin Inspired Mini-sub (Slashdot)

    What do you get the millionaire in your life who has everything? How about the Seabreacher mini-sub. Described as a dolphin-inspired cross between a jet ski and a submarine, the Seabreacher has a top speed of 45mph above the waves and 20mph below them. The two-man 30,000 craft is 15' long and its design makes it self-righting. Strangely, this doesn't come with a laser package. Read more ...


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