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Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin Born at Discovery Cove

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A male dolphin calf was born at Discovery Cove in Orlando Monday, February 25, at 10:05 pm. The calf now weighs approximately 44 pounds and is 44 inches long. He is nursing and bonding with his mom, Kendall, both a good indication that the calf is doing well. This is Kendall’s fourth birth and the 26th dolphin born at Discovery Cove since the park opened in 2000.

Discovery Cove is an all-inclusive day resort experience where guests enjoy a one-of-a-kind opportunity to swim with dolphins, snorkel with rays and tropical fish, hand-feed exotic birds and relax on pristine beaches.

To ensure that Discovery Cove is truly a guest-centered experience, attendance is limited to
approximately 1,000 each day. At, Discovery Cove, the focus is on exceptional service so
someone is always on hand to help meet any want or need.

The Discovery Cove experience includes meals, snacks and beverages throughout the day’s
adventures. Guests may indulge in the continental breakfast and convenient snack stations
located throughout the park. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Laguna Grill, and
offers a variety of chef specialties and familiar family favorites. To quench their thirst, guests
are welcome to ice-cold beverages, including bottled water, soda and wine or beer.

To discover more, visit DiscoveryCove.com.

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