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21-Sep-2012

  • Dolphin heroes paint to save dolphins

    "End Dolphin captivity and slaughter! That is the strong message of dolphin heroes Ric O?Barry and A.G. Saño. Ric O?Barry used to capture and train dolphins in his younger days. He was the former head trainer of dolphins in the 1960s hit TV series Flipper. Years later, he had a change of heart when one of the dolphins playing Flipper died in his arms.


  • Dolphin Browser for iPad

    There's nothing fishy about Dolphin: It lets you browse in full-screen on the iPad using extensive gesture support.


  • Dolphin's fine start is making quite a splash

    LEADERS Dolphin Top Bar continued their fine start to the season with a 2-1 victory over second placed Lanthorne Strokes.


  • Dolphin Adds Another Level of Security in Support of SAP® Solution Data

    New solutions protect a broad range of sensitive data within SAP solutions including personally identifiable and payment card information.WEST CHESTER, PA and MORGAN HILL, CA (PRWEB) September 20, 2012 Dolphin, a solution provider for organizations using SAP® solutions, has introduced two new, unique applications designed to keep SAP solution data secure, regardless of whether it is active or ...


  • Government under fire over dolphin vote

    Labour, the Greens and conservationists are furious about the government's refusal to back stronger dolphin protection measures.


  • It's a girl!: Baby dolphin born at Waikoloa resort

    It's a girl! That's the announcement from Dolphin Quest Hawaii, located at the Hilton Waikoloa Village as it welcomed the latest addition to the marine park on Monday.


  • Dolphin vote 'tarnishes NZ's reputation'

    New Zealand is the only country to vote against further protection for the critically endangered Maui's dolphins at the world's largest conservation summit.


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