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Dolphins Plus
31 Corrine Pl
Key Largo
FL
33037
Tel: 1-866-860-7946

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Key Largo's original swim with the dolphins program! Call us today to sign up for the dolphin experience of a lifetime! Donate to the Marine Mammal Conservancy Swim with dolphins at Dolphins Plus Dolphins Plus is committed to the conservation and protection of marine mammals worldwide through education, research, experiential learning, and environmental awareness. Our facility is just an hour drive south of Miami, in sunny Key Largo, Florida (Florida Keys). We are located on a canal, adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, thus creating natural seawater homes for our Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions. This creates an enriching and stimulating environment for both our marine mammals and our customers, who are invited to swim with our dolphins and sea lions. Our sea lion and dolphin swims entail a once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with our dolphins and sea lions for an exhilarating and unforgettable experience. In addition, we offer one of the most exceptional marine mammal educational experiences available to students of all ages, as well as a research program designed to promote a greater understanding of marine mammals worldwide. Dolphins Plus also works in close association with Island Dolphin Care, the Marine Mammal Conservancy, and the Southeast Marine Mammal Stranding Network.
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    I am horrified to see such callous ignorance pass as education. This is animal cruelty. The dolphins are ripped from their true lives and imprisoned. Dolphins are regularly given anxiety pills as they do not do well in captivity. Captivity shortens their lives. .
    Touch tanks and “swim-with” programs allow the public to pet, kiss, or even “ride” dolphins. Such programs invade the animals’ already diminished worlds and are intrusive, dangerous, and stressful for the animals as well as for human participants.
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    Swim with Dolphins is hardly educational, as they are only performing for food, something they don't do in the wild. Uneducated people think they are happy, because of the way their jawline makes it look like they are smiling.A lot of these Dolphins are wild caught, stolen from the sea to be put in tiny chlorinated pools forced to do tricks for food. They love it ?? I don't think so.

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    I was just at Dolphin Plus today and had an amazing experience! These dolphins do not take any antidepressants and are very happy and loved for by the trainers. This has been the highlight of my trip to Miami Beach! The photo package was a bit pricy at $85.00 but i received 170 amazing photos that really captured the experience!! It you have the $200 and the means to drive to Key Largo, please visit the dolphins, you will not regret it!

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    to require dolphins swimming with men is stupid, they are wild, do not belong to anyone but their families, they should be able to live freely in the oceans. A contact can only be positive when both parties are willing and asylum ... the relationship. There are lots of therapies with animals, such as hippotherapy, which are much more efficient because the animal is not a prisoner, Think to protect the wildlife !!! thank you !!...

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    In October of 2007, my sister and went swimming with the dolphins. It was by far the best vacation ever! I knew i loved dolphins but this made me want to do more! Next year, when I graduate high school I plan on going to school to become an animal trainer so that I can work with dolphins!

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by susan choinski

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I am horrified to see such callous ignorance pass as education. This is animal cruelty. The dolphins are ripped from their true lives and imprisoned. Dolphins are regularly given anxiety pills as they do not do well in captivity. Captivity shortens their lives. .
Touch tanks and “swim-with” programs allow the public to pet, kiss, or even “ride” dolphins. Such programs invade the animals’ already diminished worlds and are intrusive, dangerous, and stressful for the animals as well as for human participants.
Animals in “petting pools” can become injured and anxious as a result of constant poking and prodding, and exposure to bacteria that they are not immune to can make them ill. The dolphins also often express their frustration through aggression. Sea World has been cited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for several instances in which members of the public were injured at the facility’s dolphin-petting pools.
Of course, we would all love to get up close and personal with dolphins, but if you truly loved them, you would never subject them to such abuse

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