The last pilot whale remaining at a Key Largo rehab facility from a mass stranding last May will soon be on its way to SeaWorld Orlando.
A pilot whale calf, that stranded off the lower Florida Keys in May, and recovered at the Marine Mammal Conservancy (MMC) in Key Largo, was transported to SeaWorld Orlando, arriving there early Saturday morning.
A pilot whale that stranded off the Florida Keys is likely to remain in captivity. The whale was among seven brought to the Marine Mammal Conservancy in Key Largo after surviving a stranding May 5 off Cudjoe Key.
First one, then another sunbather on Hallandale Beach spotted what looked like someone, or some thing, in trouble. They saw a dark form in the shallow water, near the beach. They went to help, but were shocked by what they found.