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Cetaceans (Rehab) • Alaska Sealife Center • U.S.

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Alaska Sealife Center

301 Railroad Ave • Seward, Alaska • United States

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Current Patients

There are no current patients, from any species, in rehabilitation at this facility.  If you’re looking for a specific individual, check the deceased, released or transferred animals – on mobile, scroll down to access these options.

NoteThis inventory may contain inaccuracies or be incomplete due to lack of public sources, misleading information or mistranslation.  If you have a correction or would like to submit information please contact us at contribute@cetabase.org or use our contact form!

 

Dead

The information in the table below represents deceased patients, from all cetacean species, in rehabilitation at this facility.  If you’re having trouble finding a specific individual, check the living, released or transferred animals – on mobile, scroll down to access these options.  Italics indicate either an estimated date or deceased individual.  Estimated dates are intended to provide a general time frame when the animal was acquired and should not be treated as exact. Inventory Key

NoteThis inventory may contain inaccuracies or be incomplete due to lack of public sources, misleading information or mistranslation.  If you have a correction or would like to submit information please contact us at contribute@cetabase.org or use our contact form!

 

Last updated: July 16, 2018 18:05

ImageSpeciesScientific NameID #'sNameSexBornOriginOrigin DateSort-RefOrigin LocationMotherFatherTransfersLast LocationRegion / State/ CountryStatusStatus DateStat Sort-RefCause of DeathNotesFilter
captive beluga naknekBeluga(Delphinapterus leucas)-NaknekMa. 2012Rescue18-Jun-201220120618Bristol Bay, AlaskaWildWildBriston Bay, in Naknek to Alaska Sealife Center (18-Jun-2012)Alaska Sealife CenterUSDied11-Jul-201220120711Multiple infections, including heart & lungs110 lbs at arrival, est. 3-4 days oldrescue, rehab, dead-patient, alaska-sealife, alaska, united states, beluga-whale

Released

The information in the table below represents released patients, from all cetacean species, in rehabilitation at this facility.  If you’re having trouble finding a specific individual, check the living, released or transferred animals – on mobile, scroll down to access these options.  Italics indicate either an estimated date or deceased individual.  Estimated dates are intended to provide a general time frame when the animal was acquired and should not be treated as exact. Inventory Key

NoteThis inventory may contain inaccuracies or be incomplete due to lack of public sources, misleading information or mistranslation.  If you have a correction or would like to submit information please contact us at contribute@cetabase.org or use our contact form!

 

There are no released patients for this facility.

Historical

The information in the table below represents historical patients, from all cetacean species, in rehabilitation at this facility combining living, dead and released animals into one inventory.  If you’re having trouble finding a specific individual, check the living, released or transferred animals – on mobile, scroll down to access these options.  Italics indicate either an estimated date or deceased individual.  Estimated dates are intended to provide a general time frame when the animal was acquired and should not be treated as exact. Inventory Key

NoteThis inventory may contain inaccuracies or be incomplete due to lack of public sources, misleading information or mistranslation.  If you have a correction or would like to submit information please contact us at contribute@cetabase.org or use our contact form!

 

Last updated: July 16, 2018 18:05

ImageSpeciesScientific NameID #'sNameSexBornOriginOrigin DateSort-RefOrigin LocationMotherFatherTransfersLast LocationRegion / State/ CountryStatusStatus DateStat Sort-RefCause of DeathNotesFilter
captive beluga naknekBeluga(Delphinapterus leucas)-NaknekMa. 2012Rescue18-Jun-201220120618Bristol Bay, AlaskaWildWildBriston Bay, in Naknek to Alaska Sealife Center (18-Jun-2012)Alaska Sealife CenterUSDied11-Jul-201220120711Multiple infections, including heart & lungs110 lbs at arrival, est. 3-4 days oldrescue, rehab, dead-patient, alaska-sealife, alaska, united states, beluga-whale

Transfers

The information in the table below represents transferred patients with the date of transfer and the location where they moved to.  This entry only represents the most recent transfer date out of this particular location.  If an animal has transferred back and forth multiple times, only the latest transfer is listed, however, the complete transfer history can be viewed by expanding the row.

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Last updated: July 14, 2018 19:41

ImageSpeciesScientificID #'sNameSexBornOriginOrigin Date:Sorting RefCaptured / Born at:MotherFatherTransferred From:Transferred ToOn:Sort-Ref-2Transfers (All)StatusStatus DateStat Sorting RefCause of DeathNotesKeyword column (invisible)
captive beluga calf title=Beluga(Delphinapterus leucas)SWT-DL-1876TyonekMa. 2017Rescue30-Sep-201720170930Cook Inlet, AlaskaWildWildAlaska Sealife CenterSeaWorld San Antonio08-Mar-201820180308Trading Bay, Western Cook Inlet to Alaska Sealife Center (30-Sep-2017) to SeaWorld San Antonio (08-Mar-2018)----162 cm (64 inches) and 64.5 kg (142 pounds) at arrivaltransfer-alaska-sealife

Park History

Park history is currently being researched and compiled.  This section will be updated as soon as possible.

References

NOAA Fisheries (2017, Jul 20). Marine Mammal Inventory Report (MMIR). All Facilities, Complete Cetaceans & Pinnipeds. Office of Protected Resources.

 

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