And the winner is,,,,,. The Miami Seaquarium has announced that the voting results are in and the name of its newest addition is “Junebug.”
The mayor of Miami Beach and other South Florida leaders are joining the opposition to an orca’s decades-long captivity at the Miami Seaquarium.
School will not be out for summer much longer. Take your child out for an exciting activity involving water, wildlife and more that will make your child feel that their summer was well spent.
Animal rights activists have filed a lawsuit against the Miami Seaquarium stating the park is violating the Endangered Species Act by holding an orca in captivity for decades.
Animal rights groups have lost another round in court in their efforts to free Lolita the killer whale from the Miami Seaquarium.
Looking for a family friendly activity this summer? Then check out the Miami Seaquarium. Enjoy seeing manatees, sea otters, sea turtles, dolphins, stingrays, and many other marine animals. There is something for everyone at the Seaquarium. Guests can simply walk the park on their own and take in some of the special shows. Adventurous guests can take a Dolphin Odyssey adventure or swim with the seals.
Gov. Rick Scott was in Key Biscayne on Monday for the release of endangered turtles.
The Miami Seaquarium announced Monday that trainers will no longer be in the water during show performances with the killer whale.
Dozens of protesters marched outside Miami Seaquarium on Saturday, urging the company to free Lolita the Orca.
A one-and-a half year old manatee is resting and recovering after a complicated rescue from a Fort Lauderdale stormwater culvert.