Tag Archives: Miami Seaquarium
When Natural Disasters and Captive Cetaceans Collide
During and after Hurricane Irma’s devastating assault on Florida, the world’s attention was tightly focused on the impact to human life. What fewread more
Peggy Oki: Inspiration through Action!
What happens when a graduate of biology, a pioneering skateboarder and surfer and an artist takes her passion for “all things wild” out toread more
Video: Let Lolita Retire in Peace and Dignity
Watch Ric O'Barry as he makes an impassioned plea to the owners of the Miami Seaquarium to allow Lolita, the solitary orca read more
One Dolphin’s Story – Hugo
Quick Facts Born: 1965 (estimated) Caught: 1968, Puget Sound, Washington Died: 1980; cerebral aneurysm Hugo was eating 100 pounds of fish a day, and the read more
My Experience in Miami Fighting for Lolita
Dolphin Project Youth Ambassador Zach Affolter has been passionately working on the plight of Lolita, writes about his experience seeing her inread more
How Much is a Drive Hunt Dolphin Worth?
Just ask Miami Seaquarium (MSQ) in Florida. According to NOAA Fisheries' Marine Mammal Inventory Report (MMIR), MSQ imported two Pacific bottlenose dolphins and two Risso's read more