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In Memory Of Those That Have Died At Marineland
Dedicated To Those Still There!

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-Nootka 5-

Female

Captured Iceland - 10-79

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-Kiska-

Female

Cap tured Iceland
10-81

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-Neocia-

Female

Cap tured Iceland
10-81
Also known as Baby October

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-Nova-

Male

Born 10-11-96

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-Hudson-

Male

Born 9-15-98

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Marinelands beluga section of Friendship Cove. This picture was taken before the import of nine female belugas from Russia. In this picture you can see the portion of the tank in the background that would be soon closed off to house the females.

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Male beluga captured from Russian waters.
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Male belugas captured in Russian waters.
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junior

- Junior -
Died summer-1994

Kanuk

- Kanuk-
Died Spring-1998

malik

- Malik -
Born April 21, 1996
Died March 4, 2000

  • 22 orcas have been exhibited at Marineland. Of these, 7 have been exported or re-exported, 8 are dead or presumed dead and 4 have died elsewhere. There are a total of 12 dead or presumed dead (54.5%) and 7 still alive at Marineland as of Sept. 98. Marineland has refused to confirm or deny this disposition.

  • In 1989 Marineland reportedly had 10 bottlenose dolphins; only 1 remained alive by the fall of 98. There are no public records indicating their sale or transfer and Marineland will not provide information regarding this disposition.

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  • Beluga pictures are from Tiggerlily

  • Photos By Stefan Jacobs and Emilie Giguere

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