Resolutions:
27 March 2022

Rescued Dolphin Follow Up 02

Linda Erb, vice president of animal care and training at Dolphin Research Center, interacts with Ranger, a juvenile bottlenose dolphin, at the Florida Keys-based facility Sunday, March 27, 2022, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile male was flown to the Florida Keys from the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center Friday, March 25, after he was rescued in June 2021 at Goose Island State Park in Texas suffering from a respiratory infection and dehydration following his mother’s death. Because the dolphin can’t be released, National Marine Fisheries Service chose DRC to be his forever home. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
Resolutions:
27 March 2022

Rescued Dolphin Follow Up 01

Ranger, a juvenile bottlenose dolphin, swims with his felt toy in a medical pool at the Florida Keys-based Dolphin Research Center Sunday, March 27, 2022, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile male was flown to the Florida Keys from the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center Friday, March 25, after he was rescued in June 2021 at Goose Island State Park in Texas suffering from a respiratory infection and dehydration following his mother’s death. Because the dolphin can’t be released, National Marine Fisheries Service chose DRC to be his forever home. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
25 March 2022

Florida Keys Facility Adopts Rescued Bottlenose Dolphin

B-roll of dolphin arrival at Florida Keys Marathon International Airport, arrival and underwater at Dolphin Research Center’s temporary medical treatment pool. SOTs with Linda Erb, VP of animal care and training at Dolphin Research Center and Sarah Zigmond, operations coordinator for the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center.
Resolutions:
25 March 2022

Keys Rescued Dolphin 04

Sarah Zigmond of the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center feeds Ranger, a two-year-old bottlenose dolphin, in a medical pool at Dolphin Research Center Friday, March 25, 2022, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile male was flown to the Florida Keys from the Texas wildlife center after it was rescued in June 2021 at Goose Island State Park in Texas suffering from a respiratory infection and dehydration after his mother had died. Because the dolphin can’t be released, National Marine Fisheries Service chose DRC to be his forever home. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO))
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25 March 2022

Keys Rescued Dolphin 03

Adam Keaton, left, of Dolphin Research Center and Sarah Zigmond, right, of the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center watch Ranger, a two-year-old bottlenose dolphin swim in a medical pool at the DRC Friday, March 25, 2022, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile male was flown to the Florida Keys from the Texas wildlife center after he was rescued in June 2021 at Goose Island State Park in Texas suffering from a respiratory infection and dehydration after his mother had died. Because the dolphin can’t be released, National Marine Fisheries Service chose DRC to be his forever home. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO))
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25 March 2022

Keys Rescued Dolphin 02

Marine mammal experts carry Ranger, a two-year-old bottlenose dolphin to a medical pool at Dolphin Research Center Friday, March 25, 2022, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile male was flown to the Florida Keys from the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center after it was rescued in June 2021 at Goose Island State Park in Texas suffering from a respiratory infection and dehydration after his mother had died. Because the dolphin can’t be released, National Marine Fisheries Service determined that DRC be his forever home. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO))
Resolutions:
25 March 2022

Keys Rescued Dolphin 01

Adam Keaton, left, of Dolphin Research Center releases Ranger, a two-year-old bottlenose dolphin into a medical pool at DRC Friday, March 25, 2022, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile male was flown to the Florida Keys from the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center after he was rescued in June 2021, from Goose Island State Park in Texas, suffering from a respiratory infection and dehydration after his mother had died. Because the dolphin can’t be released, National Marine Fisheries Service chose DRC to be his forever home. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO))
Resolutions:
25 March 2022

Keys Rescued Dolphin 01

Adam Keaton, left, of Dolphin Research Center releases Ranger, a two-year-old bottlenose dolphin into a medical pool at DRC Friday, March 25, 2022, in Marathon, Fla. The juvenile male was flown to the Florida Keys from the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center after he was rescued in June 2021, from Goose Island State Park in Texas, suffering from a respiratory infection and dehydration after his mother had died. Because the dolphin can’t be released, National Marine Fisheries Service chose DRC to be his forever home. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO))