Miami Seaquarium

Lolita performs at the Miami Seaquarium.  (Source: miamiseaquarium.com

PETA Challenging Feds Over Miami Seaquarium’s Lolita

Claiming that the Miami Seaquarium has not met federal regulations, animal rights activists have appealed the dismissal of a lawsuit aimed at releasing the attraction’s Lolita the killer whale.

07/02/2014

American Flag (Source: Darrell Ingham /Allsport)

Veterans Get Free Admission To Miami Seaquarium

The Miami Seaquarium is offering free admission to veterans and those serving in the military for Memorial Day weekend.

05/23/2014

The 7-pound endangered green sea turtle  named Pearl was released back into the wild on May 15, 2014. (Courtesy: Miami Seaquarium)

Long Distance Swimmer Helps Sea Turtle Return To The Ocean

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.

05/15/2014

Baby Dolphin born at the Miami Seaquarium on April 11, 2014. (Source: Miami Seaquarium)

Miami Seaquarium’s Dolphin Calf Gets Her Name Thanks To Social Media

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!

05/08/2014

Baby Dolphin born at the Miami Seaquarium on April 11, 2014. (Source: Miami Seaquarium)

Miami Seaquarium Celebrates Baby Boom

There’s a baby boom taking place at South Florida tourist attraction the Miami Seaquarium.

CBS Miami–04/22/2014

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Top Easter Events For Kids In South Florida

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.

04/11/2014

Source: Miami Seaquarium

Miami Seaquarium Being Sold To CA Company

The Miami Seaquarium is being sold to a California-based company that is a subsidiary of Spanish theme park operator Parques Reunidos.

03/28/2014

February 27, 2014: A manatee named Pilgrim was released back into the wild after 15 months of rehabilitation.  (Credit: Miami Seaquarium)

Pilgrim Settling In South Florida Waters Again

A manatee found injured in 2012 and received help at the Miami Seaquarium was released back into the wild Thursday.

CBS Miami–02/27/2014

Pilgrim the Manatee at Miami Seaquarium in 2012.  (Source: Miami Seaquarium)

Manatee Named Pilgrim Will Settle Back Into The Wild

A manatee that was suffering from an injury and received help at the Miami Seaquarium will be released back into the wild.

02/24/2014

(Source: www.miamiseaquarium.com)

Top Local Trivia About South Florida

South Florida is filled with little-known secrets and a most exciting history.

02/08/2014

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