Sustainability goal fuels Clearwater Aquarium expansion project. Clearwater Marine Aquarium is home to Winter, a dolphin who lost her tail in a crab trap and was subsequently fitted with a special prosthetic device.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium is home to Winter, a dolphin who lost her tail in a crab trap and was subsequently fitted with a special prosthetic device. Photos courtesy of Clearwater Marine Aquarium
Founded in 1972 as a sanctuary for local marine wildlife, the Clearwater (Fla.) Marine Aquarium has rescued, rehabilitated and – whenever possible – released more than 1,500 animals through the years.
A 13,000-sq.-ft. expansion project currently underway will permit CMA to dramatically enhance its ability to fulfill its core mission.
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