LAS VEGAS – The three dolphins who had previously made their home on the Las Vegas Strip have relocated to the San Diego area.
According to Mirage President Joe Lupo, three dolphins named Karli, Sofi, and Osborne from Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage have been relocated to SeaWorld in San Diego. The dolphins were initially on loan to the habitat from SeaWorld.
The care of the dolphins at The Mirage has always been the highest priority for both Hard Rock and MGM. We are returning the dolphins to SeaWorld in San Diego in accordance with Mirage’s contractual commitment to do so when SeaWorld originally loaned these dolphins to The Mirage Dolphin Habitat. We are grateful for their partnership and know they will be in great hands back with SeaWorld which is an accredited zoo providing world-class care that is audited, regulated and certified by independent animal welfare experts. We would like to thank The Mirage and SeaWorld team members for their efforts in this relocation, as well as MGM for its continued involvement in this process.
The closing of Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage came shortly after The Hard Rock took over the property. Three more dolphins still remain on the property.
Credits: Fox 5 Vegas
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