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CMA Blog

Updated Jul 29, 2018 | Posted May 22, 2017
Updated Jul 30, 2018 | Posted Feb 27, 2017
Updated Jul 30, 2018 | Posted Jan 30, 2017

Happy #WorldSeaTurtleDay! Clearwater Marine Aquarium is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of sea turtles. We work 24/7 to protect this vulnerable species. But, we couldn’t do the work that we do if it weren’t for YOU! ... See MoreSee Less

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How Three Dolphin Calves Have Changed as They Grew Up

How Three Dolphin Calves Have Changed as They Grew Up

Wild Dolphin UpdatesDolphin Calves Then and NowAs we patiently wait for new dolphin calves to arrive this season, we wanted to reflect on some of the original calves we've observed to share their stories of then and now.JaiJai is the second identified animal in our...

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Rescue Partners Disentangle Dolphin Calf Wrapped in Fishing Line

Rescue Partners Disentangle Dolphin Calf Wrapped in Fishing Line

Dolphin Calf Freed From Fishing Line Entanglement On March 11, 2019, Clearwater Marine Aquarium's Rescue Team alongside experts and veterinarians from several rescue organizations worked together to disentangle a bottlenose dolphin calf near Englewood, on the Gulf...

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Spring is When We See the Most Baby Dolphins Born

Spring is When We See the Most Baby Dolphins Born

Wild Dolphin UpdatesMore Than Half of Newborn Calves Are Observed During SpringThroughout nature, spring marks a period of renewal and growth for many animals. This includes the dolphins that call Clearwater Bay home. March and April show the highest birthing months...

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CMA Rescues a 200-Pound Loggerhead Sea Turtle Named Kirby

CMA Rescues a 200-Pound Loggerhead Sea Turtle Named Kirby

On Tuesday, January 29, the CMA Rescue Team received several calls regarding a large loggerhead turtle that had been floating in the Intracoastal Waterway at Indian Rocks Beach. The Rescue Team had received calls about this same turtle in the weeks leading up to the...

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Introducing Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute

Introducing Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute

Clearwater Marine Aquarium Merges with Renowned Research Group CMA Launches Research Institute focusing on manatees, sea turtles, and North Atlantic right whales Clearwater Marine Aquarium and Sea to Shore Alliance have merged, introducing a new division under CMA...

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Mighty Miss Maya Meets Her Hero Winter the Dolphin at CMA

Mighty Miss Maya Meets Her Hero Winter the Dolphin at CMA

Young Winter the Dolphin Fan Wows the World with First Steps You may recognize Maya Tisdale, or "Mighty Miss Maya," as she's better known, from the inspiring video of her first steps that went viral. 5-year-old Maya from Michigan has been defying the odds her whole...

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How Our Veterinary Team Examine Fish & Stingrays Out of Water

How Our Veterinary Team Examine Fish & Stingrays Out of Water

Due to the large diversity of animals we treat at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, such as sea turtles, river otters, fish, stingrays, and sharks, we often have to adapt our procedures to meet the needs of a specific species. Routine procedures and examinations can pose obvious challenges when dealing with animals that do not breathe air—such as fish and stingrays.

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How Wild Dolphin Dorsal Fins Change Over Time

How Wild Dolphin Dorsal Fins Change Over Time

One of the most challenging aspects of dorsal identification is positively identifying a fin over time as changed markings to the fin can make a dolphin look, sometimes, significantly different. While some fins are dramatically changed, others are more subtle.

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Updated Jul 29, 2018 | Posted May 22, 2017
Updated Jul 30, 2018 | Posted Feb 27, 2017
Updated Jul 30, 2018 | Posted Jan 30, 2017

Happy #WorldSeaTurtleDay! Clearwater Marine Aquarium is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of sea turtles. We work 24/7 to protect this vulnerable species. But, we couldn’t do the work that we do if it weren’t for YOU! ... See MoreSee Less

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