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SeaWorld Pilot Whale Fitted With Special Brace


A female pilot whale with scoliosis — curvature of the spine — has been fitted with a custom-fitted brace. She has been in rehab at SeaWorld Orlando since September after being transferred from the Marine Mammal Conservancy in Key Largo. 

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Stranded Pilot Whale in Rehab at SeaWorld

A pilot whale stranded near in May Cudjoe Key in the lower Florida Key has arrived at SeaWorld Orlando where she’ll receive TLC from SeaWorld staff and the volunteers at the Marine Mammal Conservancy. The 1,010-pound, 12-foot-long female was among 23 stranded in May. Unfortunately, most died at the scene although two males survived and [...]

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SeaWorld Prepares for New Rehab Facility, Welcomes Baby Dolphin

SeaWorld Orlando’s new Cetacean Rehabilitation Facility for wild dolphins and whales that wash ashore could open within weeks once it receives government approval. Its first resident is a 2-year-old once-stranded pilot whale, who is doing well. The 40,000-gallon pool is capable of holding up to five bottlenose dolphins at once or one 13-foot pilot whale. [...]

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