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  • Dolphin Exhibits May Close at the National Aquarium

    Baltimore's National Aquarium studies whether to close its dolphin exhibits. Will others follow?

  • Florida Oceanarium Throws One Heckuva a Party for Its Dearly Departed Dolphin

    Nellie died on April 30th at the ripe old age of 61, making her the longest-living dolphin born in captivity. Nellie was born at Marineland in St. Augustine, Florida, a large oceanarium which offers dolphin encounters, tours, and full immersive experiences with dolphins. When Marineland opened 75 years ago, they produced elaborate dolphin shows that Nellie starred in over the years. Marineland ...

  • Dolphin found on Sai Kung beach dies

    A striped dolphin found stranded on a beach in Sai Kung on Saturday died yesterday despite efforts by Ocean Park staff.

  • National Aquarium's dolphin question at center of animal welfare debate

    Inner Harbor attraction sees future as conservation organization The big question facing Baltimore's National Aquarium ? whether to keep Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in the amphitheater pool or release them to an ocean-side sanctuary ? is the latest twist in the decades-long evolution of American zoos and aquatic attractions from circus-like menageries to portals into the natural environment.

  • Dolphin rescued from Gwynedd beach

    A dolphin is rescued on a beach in Gwynedd, the coastguard has said.

  • US activist turned away at Japanese aquarium sues

    An aquarium in a Japanese town known for dolphin hunts is being sued by an American activist who says denying him entry is discriminatory. The lawsuit filed by former dolphin trainer Ric O'Barry says the ...

  • Dolphin named 'Peace' born in ailing Ukraine city

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) ? A dolphin tank in the restive eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk has added a new performer, one whose name it hopes will serve as a symbol of hope for the troubled region's future: Peace.

  • Girl Scout penny drive adopts wild dolphin

    A group of Girl Scouts saved a wild dolphin -- one penny at a time.



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