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  • Dolphin dives into iPhones

    Gestures on the new Dolphin Browser for iPhone. (Credit: Dolphin) The Dolphin Browser made a name for itself on Android, carving out a space as a zippy alternative to the default browser while rapidly building a robust feature set. Dolphin for iPhone , released today, brings most of those features to iPhone owners. The most notable one is gesture-based browsing, which makes it the only iPhone ...

  • Dolphin Studies Could Reveal Secrets of Extraterrestrial Intelligence

    Those looking for non-human intelligence can start here on Earth with dolphins.

  • Stranded dolphin found dead

    The bottlenose dolphin discovered in a creek not far from the Chesapeake Bay, was found dead Friday.

  • Dolphin sighting off of Chickahominy River

    Dolphin sightings aren't uncommon in the Chesapeake Bay, but seeing one in a freshwater creek off of the Chickahominy River caught some by surprise near New Kent.

  • Dolphin study yields fascinating findings

    Ask Outer Banks visitors and residents alike to name their favorite local species of wild animal and it is almost certain to prompt two responses that far outnumber all the rest combined: the fabled wild ponies that roam Currituck County and the beloved dolphins that call the sounds and coastal waters of the Outer Banks home.

  • Dolphin spotted in James City Co. creek

    JAMES CITY COUNTY ? For several days, a dolphin has been swimming in a creek off the Chickahominy River.   Hurricane Irene?s increased water levels may have caused a bottlenose dolphin to be up a creek, literally, said officials with the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. The stranding team went to the creek on Wednesday to check on it and determine how to best to get it back to the ...

  • Dolphin stranded in Diascund Creek

    JAMES CITY ? Ron Smith didn?t know what he was seeing when he zoomed in on a splashing figure in Diascund Creek using the telescoping lens of his shotgun Monday afternoon.



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