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Pumpkin Fun With the Resident Animals

Pumpkin Fun With the Resident Animals

Resident Animal Updates Dolphins The resident dolphins are working with their care specialists on different behaviors utilizing pumpkins! The pumpkins create a great form of enrichment for them, as different objects are a great source of stimulus as they bond and...

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Window Interactions With the Resident Animals

Window Interactions With the Resident Animals

Our animal care specialists and resident animals have a special bond! This bond is strengthened in many different ways, but one is during window interactions. Watch resident dolphins Nick, Hope and Winter interact with care specialists at their underwater windows. You’ll even see how our resident otters and pelicans interact in their windows, too!

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Baby Manatee Rescued in Belize

Baby Manatee Rescued in Belize

Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s Rescue Team in Belize responded to a call about a baby manatee stranded off a river bank on September 28, 2019. The stranded baby manatee is now being safely monitored at a wildlife rehabilitation center in northern Belize after being rescued.

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Dolphin Dorsal Fin Twins Are Not Uncommon

Dolphin Dorsal Fin Twins Are Not Uncommon

Dolphin dorsal fins become marked mainly through natural interactions free of any intentional nick/notch formation, meaning the markings are formed randomly. Even so, we do find “twins” among animals in the wild community.

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Over 200 Marine Debris Hazards Removed During 2019 Ghost Trap Rodeo

Over 200 Marine Debris Hazards Removed During 2019 Ghost Trap Rodeo

With the effort of more than 75 participants spread across the six locations, over 200 derelict traps were collected! The Ghost Trap Rodeo successfully aided in improving natural habitats for many marine animals, and hopes to continue making positive change in the Tampa Bay area in the future.

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