A long distance swimmer helped to bid farewell to an endangered green sea turtle who was released back into Florida waters on Thursday, May 15.
Naming a baby is no easy-feat. The Miami Seaquarium, following the birth of a dolphin at the park, launched a social media campaign in search of name—and a name has been chosen!
There’s a baby boom taking place at South Florida tourist attraction the Miami Seaquarium.
No matter what Easter means to your and your family, there is an event catered to your child’s needs. Eat, ride, watch a parade or participate in an Easter egg hunt. It’s Easter in paradise.
The Miami Seaquarium is being sold to a California-based company that is a subsidiary of Spanish theme park operator Parques Reunidos.
A manatee found injured in 2012 and received help at the Miami Seaquarium was released back into the wild Thursday.
A manatee that was suffering from an injury and received help at the Miami Seaquarium will be released back into the wild.
South Florida is filled with little-known secrets and a most exciting history.
A petition proposed Friday is trying to get Lolita the same status under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) that covers all other Southern Resident orcas, meaning she could be retired from performing.
A pair manatees rescued from the state’s southwest coast are going home. “Woodstock” was rescued from Port of The Islands, south of Naples, on January 7th, 2011. The adolescent female was orphaned after her mother died during the 2010-2011 winter season.