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Caribbean or bust by 2026 for National Aquarium dolphins

November 29, 2023

Progress has been slow in the quest to create an ideal environment for captive dolphins Baltimore is home to a shrinking population of about 575,000 humans and a growing population of six bottlenose dolphins — five of them born and raised at the National Aquarium in the Inner Harbor. However, not long after the birth of the youngest, Bayley, the Aquarium decided to stop breeding dolphins. Nor does it plan to expand the pod by accepting captured dolphins or those from other facilities. Which means these six will be the last dolphins to live in Baltimore.

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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