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Dolphin Deaths In Gulf Of Mexico Relate To Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Large numbers of bottlenose dolphins have been washing up on the shores of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama since the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, according to theverge.com.   162 more words

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Florio on Tannehill Contract: 'Bird in the Hand'

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

That’s the way Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio is looking at Ryan Tannehill’s potentially lucrative extension with the Miami Dolphins. 84 more words

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DJ Kast, Interview with the Marine Mammal Observers, May 21, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
Dieuwertje “DJ” Kast
Aboard NOAA Ship Henry B. Bigelow
May 19 – June 3, 2015

Mission: Ecosystem Monitoring Survey
Geographical area of cruise: East Coast…
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Rosenhaus: Tannehill Could Be 'One of the Best QBs' in NFL This Year

Some eyes widened after Ryan Tannehill received a contract extension that could be worth up to $96 million through 2020.

NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus calls it a “neutral” deal for Tannehill and the Dolphins, saying it’s “very consistent” with the contracts negotiated with Andy Dalton and Colin Kaepernick. 93 more words

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Animal welfare threat as Japan makes plans for dolphin farms

http://wildlifenews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/dolphin-show-400×300.jpg – As a result of mounting global pressure in response to the annual wild dolphin hunt and slaughter in Taji, Japan, authorities in the country have pledged not to source live dolphins for zoos and aquariums captured during those hunts.  16 more words

Perryman: 'Coach Golden is Gonna Get it Right'

Denzel Perryman, taken by the Chargers with the No. 48 pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, could have followed in Lamar Miller’s footsteps in going from the Canes to the Dolphins. 181 more words

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Aquariums in Japan to stop buying live Taiji dolphins

The vote follows the recent decision by the world governing body WAZA which threatened Japanese aquariums with expulsion.  The result means that Japanese aquariums and sea parks will not be able to obtain Taiji dolphins. 322 more words

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