Not giving up without a fight, animal rights groups plan to challenge the dismissal of their lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Miami Seaquarium over the park’s treatment of its killer whale Lolita.
A special delivery is on its way to the Turtle Hospital in Marathon. The facility was one of five marine convalescence centers in the state chose to receive a portion of 193 cold-stunned endangered Kemps Ridley sea turtles set to arrive in Orlando late Tuesday afternoon.
When trainers are working with killer whales, a physical barrier is required between the trainer and the animal for protection.
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It’s become one of the most talked about pieces of sports equipment since George Brett’s pine tar bat. LeBron James’ headband has become the stuff of legend thanks to his and the Heat’s performance in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, but what happened to it is a mystery.
Mother’s Day may have officially come and gone but it’s still being celebrating at a South Florida tourist attraction. The Miami Seaquarium is proudly showing off three harbor seal pups born at the water park in recent days.
South Florida marine super star Lolita the killer whale will remain in captivity at the Miami Seaquarium after a federal judge in Tacoma, Wash., dismissed a lawsuit aimed at freeing the marine park’s star attraction.
With just a few days left to plan Valentine’s Day, CBS4 decided to find a few ways for you and your loved one to spend time together on Valentine’s Day.
Millions of us hit the malls today on what’s probably the busiest shopping day this year. And our malls are the biggest and best in the world, right? Nope.
A mother manatee and her calf are being released back into the wild Wednesday after a successful rehabilitation at the Miami Seaquarium.