If you're an animal lover, chances are you have some thoughts about aquariums. Some fans enjoy trips to see their favorite sea creatures. Others think that these animals should be left in the wild and not be behind glass at all.
But no matter what your take is, you'll definitely have something to say about an aquarium's recent revelation about what it's doing to its dolphins.
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The National Aquarium in Baltimore has announced that they will be moving their dolphins to an oceanside sanctuary, according to officials. It will be the nation's first dolphin reservation, and it is expected to be completed by 2020.
The location for the reservation is not confirmed yet, but places in Florida and the Caribbean are being considered.
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The reason behind this decision is to create a new way for dolphins to thrive in human care. You can read a statement from the CEO below.
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