CLEARWATER, Fla. (WFLA) – Clearwater Marine Aquarium is celebrating the unveiling of its new guest space on Friday.
The space is part of the aquarium’s $80 million expansion project, which includes a 1.5 million gallon dolphin habitat that was unveiled earlier this year.
The expansion gives the aquarium five times more space for guests with a new retail area, cafe, more culinary options and an area where guests can view the dolphin habitat that has Clearwater Bay as a backdrop.
The new habitat is home to rescued bottlenose dolphins Winter, Hope, PJ, Nicholas and Hemingway.
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