You have to give Alex Cobb props for his creativity.
A female baby dolphin calf born just last week has died. The zoo confirms the death of the bottlenose dolphin, who was the offspring of 26-year-old and Brookfield Zoo resident Allie.
That’s right, the keepers at the Brookfield Zoo are, as it turns out, romantics at heart when it comes to the animals in their care. Many animals on Thursday received special heart-shaped treats to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
The Shedd Aquarium today revealed its two-week old Pacific white-sided dolphin calf is a male.
Born on Memorial Day, the calf has already passed many other critical milestones, including bonding with mom and learning to slip-stream, swimming in mom’s wake to save energy.
A 4-year-old Atlantic bottlenose dolphin died Monday at the Brookfield Zoo.
The female Pacific white-sided dolphin calf was born June 3 to Shedd dolphin Tique, which had been transported to a Miami dolphin habitat to be impregnated.
Aquarium officials announced that a Pacific white-sided dolphin named Tique gave birth to the calf shortly before 9 a.m. Friday.
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A Pacific white-sided dolphin at the Shedd Aquarium is pregnant, aquarium officials announced.