Permanent Residents

Rescued and Rehabbing Animals

Permanent Residents

Rescued and Rehabbing Animals

Bailey the green sea turtle

Permanent Residents

Rescued and Rehabbing Animals

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. The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission regulates the North American river otters and sea turtles.

 

17-year-old, Meghan has been blind from birth and has had to endure many painful surgeries due to glaucoma. She also happens to be one of Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s biggest fans! So, it was a dream come true for Meghan when she got the opportunity to fly down to meet Winter & Hope. There were not many dry eyes during Meghan’s encounter, which was filled with lots of tactile and vocal enrichment! #CMAinspires ... See MoreSee Less

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