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Clearwater Marine Aquarium provides the highest standards of healthcare and rehabilitation with the ultimate objective of release. Not all animals, however, can be released. Their injuries may be too severe and may limit their ability to function and survive in the wild. National Marine Fisheries Service consults with CMA to determine if a cetacean can be released or must be provided long term resident care. Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission regulates the North American river otters and sea turtles.



Universally loved, dolphins are our best known
animals. Read about Winter, Hope and Nicholas.
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North American river otters are lively and inquisitive. Read about Cooper, Oscar and Walle.
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Learn about Ricky & Lucy who collectively played
the part of "Rufus" in the movie, Dolphin Tale. 
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We care for five different species of sea turtles
found in the Gulf of Mexico, two of which are endangered.
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We love our sharks! Check out our nearly 7 ft
resident nurse sharks, Thelma and Louise.
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Stingrays come in all shapes and sizes.
We provide a home to cownose and southern rays.
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We provide a home to many marine animals including, eels, fish, seahorses and crab.
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Learn about the animals that are currently undergoing rehabilitation and receiving treatment in our working marine hospital.
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Releases are the ultimate success stories of CMA. 
Learn these unique animal's amazing stories.
 

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