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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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How Scars and Other Body Features Help Identify Dolphins

How Scars and Other Body Features Help Identify Dolphins

Dolphins are air-breathing mammals, this means that about 99.9% of the time, when they surface to breathe, their dorsal fin is visible. For our photo-identification efforts, this makes capturing a photo of a fin relatively easy. Let’s consider, however, how one would identify bottlenose dolphins if a dorsal fin was not visible.

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Five Pilot Whales Rescued Off Gulf Coast Beach

Five Pilot Whales Rescued Off Gulf Coast Beach

On July 29, 2019, five pilot whales stranded in the shallow water off Redington Beach, on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s Rescue Team responded along with wildlife agencies and local authorities

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What Do Different Sea Turtles Eat?

What Do Different Sea Turtles Eat?

Different Sea Turtle DietsHave you ever been curious about what sea turtles eat? There are seven species of sea turtles in the world, five of which are found around Florida, and they all have different diets. The foods that they eat are determined by their species and...

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Male Bottlenose Dolphin Pair Bonds Form Long-Lasting Friendships

Male Bottlenose Dolphin Pair Bonds Form Long-Lasting Friendships

Wild Dolphin UpdatesThe Bromance of Bottlenose DolphinsHave you ever wanted to hang out with your best friend all the time? Many male bottlenose dolphins get to do this every day! These strong friendships or associations, known as pair bonds, are a common,...

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Iconic House Boat Becomes a Thriving Artificial Reef

Iconic House Boat Becomes a Thriving Artificial Reef

On Wednesday, April 24, 2019, part of Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s iconic house boat, home to Harry Connick Jr’s character in the Dolphin Tale movies, was transformed into a marine life habitat as part of an artificial reef system in the Gulf of Mexico.

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