Miami’s Seaquarium: No Oil Yet, But Worries Aplenty

National Public Radio: The Gulf oil spill is hundreds of miles away, but the Seaquarium -- Miami's 55-year-old home to dancing dolphins and killer whales -- is preparing for the worst. Several times a day, visitors can watch shows starring dolphins, killer whales and sea lions. General manager Andrew Hertz says the Seaquarium's location -- perched on Virginia Key in the middle of Biscayne Bay -- gives it an edge over other aquariums and marine parks like Central Florida's Sea World. "We pull our ......

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