It's been almost seven months since the rescued dolphin calf arrived at our Rescue Center and we are happy to let you all know that the young dolphin is doing good and continues to grow!
Rescue Dolphin Calf Update! It’s been almost seven months since the rescued dolphin calf arrived at our Rescue Center and we are happy to let you all know that the young dolphin is doing good and continues to grow!
His care team has also have given him a name, Goose, after the island where he was found: north of Goose Island State Park. The National Marine Fishery Service (NMFS) deemed Goose non-releasable due to his young age and continues looking for the calf’s forever home.
After this decision was made, the Aquarium’s animal care team began training and conditioning Goose for life at a zoo or aquarium setting.
The National Marine Fishery continues looking for a forever home where the dolphin will live and become an ambassador for his species.
Until then, the Aquarium will continue its care.
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