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21-May-2014

  • Dolphin too weak

    A two-metre-long dolphin died on Sunday after becoming stranded on the beach at Tung Wan, part of the popular Tai Long Wan area in Sai Kung. Three hikers found it in trouble around 5pm on Saturday and helped to keep it alive, an Ocean Park spokesman said.


  • Will the National Aquarium Free Its Dolphins?

    To the surprise and delight of dolphin lovers and other opponents of marine-mammal captivity, the renowned National Aquarium in Baltimore announced last week that it might be retiring its eight bottlenose dolphins to sea-pen sanctuaries. ?We know we must evolve to remain relevant,? aquarium CEO John Racanelli said in a statement announcing an ?ambitious and far-reaching? facility upgrade called ...


  • 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 May Retire Their Dolphins

    The National Aquarium in Baltimore is considering shutting its popular dolphin exhibit, after 23 years in residence. Two years ago, the aquarium stopped its dolphin show, and instead allowing the public to watch the dolphins swim in their Dolphin Discovery exhibit. The eight Atlantic bottlenose dolphins currently live in a space designed for shows, not for freely swimming about. Aquarium CEO ...


  • Dolphin Exhibits May Close at the National Aquarium

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


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