SeaWorld Orlando and Partners Return Rehabilitated Dolphin Attacked By Shark Back to Ocean

Members of the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team and the Georgia Aquarium Conservation Field Station, along with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) have returned a rehabilitated dolphin back to the ocean.

Members of the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team and the Georgia Aquarium Conservation Field Station, along with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) have returned a rehabilitated dolphin back to the ocean.

The 265 lb. sub-adult Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, dubbed “Sharkie,” was rescued in February on Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, after FWC reached out for assistance due to the animal’s life-threatening injuries.

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SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team Cares for 800-Pound Pregnant Manatee

SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team Cares for 800-Pound Pregnant Manatee

The SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team is now caring for an 800-pound pregnant manatee that arrived yesterday on a U.S. Coast Guard plane from Connecticut.

The manatee, named Washburn, was picked up in Nantucket Sound, but manatees are not native to Massachusetts and the water is too cold for them to survive.

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