Russian Dolphinariums 101: Dolphinarium St. Petersburg

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General Info: Dolphinarium St. Petersburg (Санкт-Петербургский дельфинарий). They have two wild-captured belugas, two wild-captured bottlenose dolphin that came from the Black Sea, and 1 captive-born bottlenose dolphin.


News And Mentionable Incidents:

      • In May 2015 the dolphinarium announced, "Micah, a beluga whale, to be retired from St. Petersburg dolphinarium after living there for 15 years. The whale, 19 feet long, outgrew his pool and will be moved to a sea pen in Kandalaksha Bay in the White Sea." Source: Ceta Base


Any Taiji Affiliation? No.


What can you do?
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