6 09, 2015

What Dolphin Tale doesn’t tell you about Winter

By |2017-05-19T05:58:49+02:006 September 2015|Categories: Dolphinariums and Captive Dolphins|12 Comments

Dolphin Tale tells us the story of Winter, a baby dolphin who was found in a lagoon in southern Florida, hopelessly entangled in crab trap line. She was transported immediately to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium for treatment of her tail, which had lost circulation during the hours that she was trapped. Despite the best efforts [...]

1 09, 2015

A dolphin and a diver

By |2015-09-01T04:07:12+02:001 September 2015|Categories: Ethology|0 Comments

Here is the story of a rescue that is far from common, something that exemplifies perfectly the proper relationship between dolphin and man. During a night scuba trip in Hawaii, this dolphin, tangled hopelessly in a fishing line, swims right up to a group of divers. It was clear that the dolphin needed help. On Friday, January 18th, [...]

19 08, 2015

The dolphins of Seabrook Island

By |2017-05-19T05:58:50+02:0019 August 2015|Categories: Ethology|0 Comments

South Carolina is home to many pods of bottlenose dolphins that have all adapted to the constantly shifting geography of the nearby inlets and bays. These dolphins have developed a technique that is unique to this region of the world and demonstrates the pure intelligence and the high sophistication of these animals. This strategy allows dolphins [...]

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