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Rare Spotted Dolphin Seen Swimming With Group of Bottlenose Dolphins

Rare Spotted Dolphin Seen Swimming With Group of Bottlenose Dolphins

Wild Dolphin Updates Our research team has continued to see a lot of dolphin activity in our area with many of the local animals spending time in Clearwater Bay. We are happy to report several of the 2018 calves have been seen in recent months and appear to be doing...

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Baby Sea Turtles Rescued From Swimming Pool

Baby Sea Turtles Rescued From Swimming Pool

Meet the Pool Boys Clearwater Marine Aquarium is currently rehabilitating several baby loggerhead sea turtles. A number of these hatchlings, nicknamed "The Pool Boys," were recently rescued after being discovered inside a swimming pool filter in Indian Shores,...

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Three Juvenile Green Sea Turtles Released

Three Juvenile Green Sea Turtles Released

Yarra, Swiss and Kerplunk Go Back to the Big Blue Three juvenile green sea turtles were released off Honeymoon Island State Park on September 6, 2018. All three turtles were cleared for release by veterinarians and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission...

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Three Rescued Seahorses Released

Three Rescued Seahorses Released

Clearwater Marine Aquarium rescued three seahorses on Tuesday that were impacted by recent high winds and rough surf. Tostito, Salsa and Guac were rescued between Sand Key and Madeira Beach on July 24.

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How Divers Are Planting Coral to Restore Florida Reefs

How Divers Are Planting Coral to Restore Florida Reefs

Clearwater Marine Aquarium had over 20 dive team members voluntarily travel to the Florida Keys to “Dive for the Ocean.” These volunteers joined together with Coral Restoration Foundation, the largest coral reef restoration organization in the world, along with an army of ocean-lovers to plant coral.

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