Swim with dolphins

Tourist bitten at captive dolphin facility

A tourist from Brazil is claiming compensation after she was allegedly bitten by a dolphin while leaving the water at a marine park in Colombia.

The incident occured while the woman was visiting the Oceanario Islas del Rosario near Cartegena. According to news reports she suffered injuries to her leg which the park was then unable to treat due to a lack of basic medical resources. A local clinic provided antibiotics to prevent infection.

Is swimming with dolphins losing its popularity in Mexico?

New research by Mexican marketing consultants suggests that the popularity of swimming with captive dolphins appears to be waning in the state of Quintana Roo. Studies of visitor numbers to facilities in locations such as Cancun and Riviera Maya have shown a steady decline in recent years with less than 10% of visitors to the region in 2016 taking part in such activities.

Swimming with dolphins not a good idea says new research

Scientists in Florida looking at decades of data around interactions between dolphins and people have underlined WDC’s position that swimming with dolphins is not a good idea.

Swimming or interacting with dolphins is increasing in popularity. Unfortunately, most participants in these activities are unaware of the problems surrounding them, and the negative impact on the dolphins involved.

Pledge Never to Plunge: The Wild Ones

Imagine a day in the life of a wild dolphin, swimming free with your family.  Your pod is your social identity – you are an individual, but you are lost without your companions around you.  You all travel together, you forage together, socialize and play, help each other to navigate and avoid danger.  You

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