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29-Sep-2008

  • TRIUMPHANT SABAN RETURN? (Sun-Sentinel)

    Ex-Dolphins coach has Tide rolling and on course for BCS title game at (gulp!) Dolphin Stadium 10


  • Shark-Dolphin engagement announced (Parkes Champion-Post)

    Once upon a time, pool-side at Parkes, a dolphin and a shark slipped into a conversation that flowed around their shared love of the water. Their friendship developed swimmingly.


  • All News... Dave the dolphin has NOT returned (The Kent Messenger)

    Claims that Dave the Dolphin has returned to the Kent coast have been quashed. Jason Carter, of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue, said there was no evidence to suggest Dave was back - although he had also heard stories.


  • Day of the Dolphin (The Sun Chronicle)

    FOXBORO - There's nothing more galling than having to admit that Joey Porter was right.


  • Team plans second dolphin rescue attempt (ABC via Yahoo!7 News)

    A second attempt will be made later this week to free two dolphins that are trapped in a lake at Ballina in northern New South Wales.


  • UM at a glance: 'Canes await Florida State (Orlando Sentinel)

    LET'S LOOK AHEAD: The Hurricanes have their annual showdown against Florida State at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Dolphin Stadium. UM is reeling after a blowing a 10-point fourth-quarter lead against North Carolina. The Seminoles are back at full strength after the return of several players from suspension.


  • Dead dolphin in N.J. had pneumonia (Courier-Post)

    Back in July, Bob Schoelkopf knew there was something wrong with this particular dolphin.


  • Dolphin found dead in N.J. river (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

    ATLANTIC CITY - A young dolphin was found dead in the Navesink River yesterday morning, probably from a group of wayward dolphins that made a wrong turn out of Sandy Hook Bay in June, officials said.


  • Hector's and Maui's dolphin judgement (Scoop.co.nz)

    Fisheries Minister Jim Anderton has expressed his deep disappointment at today's judgment on a legal challenge by the fishing industry to new measures designed to protect New Zealand's threatened Hector's and Maui's dolphins.


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