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Nature Calls
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September 30, 2020


8/12/2020 3:23:00 PM
Clearwater Marine Aquarium Welcomes Rex
Rex & Rudy
Rex & Rudy

Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA) welcomes its newest rescued resident, a rough-toothed dolphin named Rex. Rex joins Rudolph, another rough-toothed dolphin who recently joined CMA, making CMA one of only two facilities in North American that home a member of the rough-toothed dolphin (Steno bredanensis) species. Rex stranded on St. George Island in Franklin County, FL on April 19, 2019. Estimated to be about 5 to 7 years old, tests revealed he had a combination of aspiration and fungal pneumonia. He also has hearing loss associated with echolocation and because of this challenge, has been deemed non-releasable. “Rex makes the perfect partner for Rudolph,” said Kelly Martin, Director of Animal Care. “We’re so excited to have a buddy for Rudolph as socialization is critical to their welfare and helps promote optimal social development which reduces stress.” For guests unable to visit in-person, there are several ways to experience CMA virtually through webcams and personalized videos. Visit www.seewinter.com for tickets and details. Photo: CMA’s newest resident dolphins, Rex (left) and Rudy (right), are rough-toothed dolphins which are a very unique species of dolphin.







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