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16-Sep-2011

  • New dolphin species discovered in Australia

    Researchers in Australia have discovered that dolphin colonies living around Melbourne are a species unlike any other in the world, they revealed on Thursday.


  • Dolphin baby given 'ticking off'

    Dolphin watchers in west Wales spot unusual behaviour as a mother repeatedly tosses a newborn calf into the air.


  • WTO panel rules 'dolphin-safe' tuna labels are too restrictive

    GENEVA ? The popular "dolphin-safe" labels used to market tuna sold in the United States are illegal because they restrict too much trade, a World Trade Organization panel ruled in handing a partial victory to Mexico.


  • Disabled Iraq veteran, dolphin inspire movie

    Russ Marek of Viera, who lost an arm and a leg in Iraq, and a dolphin whose flipper was amputated are being portrayed in a movie called "Dolphin Tale."


  • Dolphin-safe tuna ruled illegal in US

    World Trade Organisation says 'dolphin-safe' labels on cans of tuna in the US are illegal because they restrict too much trade.


  • New dolphin species discovered in Vic

    Dolphin colonies in Vic's Port Phillip Bay and the Gippsland Lakes have been recognised as a new species.


  • Art imitates life in 'Dolphin Tale'

    The little injured dolphin they called Winter couldn't have come along at a better time for the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, a rustic sea life rescue center occupying the city's old sewage treatment plant.


  • New dolphin species discovered in Victoria

    Dolphin colonies in Victoria's Port Phillip and the Gippsland Lakes have been formally recognised as a new species.


  • WTO panel rules US 'dolphin-safe' tuna labels overly restrictive

    GENEVA - The popular "dolphin-safe" labels used to market tuna sold in the United States are illegal because they restrict too much trade, a World Trade Organization panel ruled Thursday in handing a partial victory to Mexico.


  • Dolphin Browser splashes onto the iPad

    After hitting the iPhone in late August, a new version of the Dolphin Browser is now available for the iPad.


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