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  • Vet hopeful on 5 sickly pilot whales in the Keys

     
    Five pilot whales, which remain stranded off Cudjoe Key, are still holding on, with a few showing slow signs of improvement, according to Dr. Christopher Dold, a veterinarian with SeaWorld Orlando. The whales, part of a group of 20 whales that stranded...
  • Sickly pilot whales in the Keys moved to Key Largo facility for further care

     
    The 5 sickly pilot whales which were stranded in the Keys last week have been moved to the Marine Mammal Conservancy in Key Largo . Dr. Christopher Dold, a veterinarian and vice-president of veterinarian services for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment said...
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap: And the winner is ...

     
    Bucky reports on last night's Amazing Race finale:Wow ... can it be? We’re already at the end of The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business?In a double leg, four teams—Gary & Mallory, Zev & Justin, the Globetrotters and Kisha & Jen—will be......
  • Catching, and eating, the venomous lionfish in the Keys

     
    More than 500 lionfish were caught in the 2nd annual divers tournament last weekend, which aimed at culling the Florida Keys of the venomous, invasive fish. Ten teams of divers competed in the May 14 Florida Keys Lionfish Derby Series in Long Key, Fla.,...
  • Travel Bug: Top 5 World’s Most Unusual Hotels

     
    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sleep in a giant shoe, an airplane, or maybe a sewer? That’s right, a sewer! …...
  • Stranded pilot whale transferred to Orlando

     
    SeaWorld Orlando is now home to one of the 20 pilot whales, which had stranded themselves in the Keys earlier this year. The 9-foot-long, nearly 600-pound female is pictured here, at the park's new, 40,000-gallon rehabilitation pool, a facility designed...
  • Are you Duffy’s key to a happy home?

     
    From Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida: Meet Duffy, a 4-year-old, 65-pound Lab who loves to snuggle. If he could talk, this is what he might tell you: I am a good boy, so I'm not sure how I ended up in dog jail — but LRRoF got me out just in time...
  • A new book — ‘John Huston: Courage and Art’

     
    John Huston, the late director of “The Maltese Falcon,” “The African Queen,” “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre,” “Prizzi's Honor” and “The Dead,” hasn't inspired a lot of scholarship over the...
  • Men’s Health announces 9 Manliest Restaurants in America

     
    Men’s Health has announced the nine regional winners of its “Manliest Restaurant in America” online contest. Alabama Jack’s in Key Largo FL made the top nine. The finalists were based on the number of reader votes for 45 restaurant...
  • Florida reefs vulnerable to cold and hot water threats, researchers find

    Florida reefs vulnerable to cold and hot water threats, researchers find
    Extreme low water temperatures can have damaging effects on Florida’s fragile coral reefs similar to high temperatures feared from climate change, according to a new paper from University of Georgia scientists. The study came in reaction to an...
  • Biscayne National Park considers no-fishing zone

    Biscayne National Park considers no-fishing zone
    Biscayne National Park is considering a fishing ban over more than 16 square miles of ocean to protect dwindling populations of snapper, grouper and other reef fish. The 173,000-acre park, which covers shorelines and coral reefs in southern Biscayne Bay,...