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Mon, Aug 29 | By Kristen Seymour | 3

After a long journey, ”Fredi” is thriving in her new surroundings. SeaWorld Orlando’s new 40,000 gallon rehabilitation pool in the Cetacean Rehabilitation Facility has its first resident -- a stranded pilot whale found beached in Key Larg… more ›

Stranded Pilot Whale Calf Finds Home at SeaWorld Orlando
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Jillian
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Jillian
2 years ago

I hope their long term intentions are to release this calf to an outdoor sanctuary, rather than keeping her in a shallow and emotionally distressing tank. And what's with Sea World having a new rehab tank? Someone need a little PR booster?

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Ches21
2 years ago

Poor baby whale I am glad that there was a person around to save this baby, if the baby whale would have been left there on the beach or just put back in the water with no momma around either way it could have died. I am glad that it is safe and sound now.

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Hvacow1
2 years ago

Sad... Poor young whale, whole family dead, stuck in a cement prison for the rest of its life. In a few years she will go deaf, and evenutally insane due to her own sonar bouncing off the walls. All becuase Sea World wanted to make money off of showing her. Crazy that the USA still allows whales and dolphins to be held captive when most of the rest of the modern world knows how wrong it is. DONT PAY TO GO TO SEA WORLD! I do on the other hand recommend watching the movie "The Cove" its an oscar winning documentary about how dolphins come to be in aquariums.

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