All about winter the dolphin

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all about winter the dolphin

Hope for Winter: The True Story of A Remarkable Dolphin Friendship by David Yates

A story of a baby dolphin named Hope is rescued against all odds.

Exactly 5 years and 1 day after Winter, the tailless dolphin who inspired a major motion picture featuring Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd, and Harry Conick Jr., was rescued, something pretty amazing happened. Just feet from where Winter was found, appeared another injured dolphin, orphaned from her mother and struggling to survive. The Clearwater Marine team quickly went to work, attempting to nurse this new dolphin back to health. After a tough fight fought by the little dolphin and by the Clearwater team, the dolphin grew strong and healthy. She now lives with Winter and crowds flock to the aquarium to see them play. Her tale is one of courage and triumph. She was named Hope and this book tells her story.
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Published 18.11.2018

Winter: The Dolphin That Could

Winter (born circa October ) is a bottlenose dolphin at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Clearwater, Florida, US, widely known for having a prosthetic tail.
David Yates

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When it comes to sea life, Orlando might best be known for Shamu and Ariel. Winter, a months-old calf who was caught in the ropes of a crab trap, actually was found by fisherman James Savage on the East Coast of Florida in the Mosquito Lagoon area of Canaveral National Seashore in December Savage freed Winter, expecting her to swim away. She recovered from many of her wounds, but the injuries to her fluke or tail were too great, and part of it died and fell away. Winter was quick to adapt, though, and began to swim from side-to-side like a fish.

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Ashley Judd, one of the stars in the movie, says she chose to do the movie because she read at the end of the script that it was a true story. But does she know the real story? According to screenwriter Karen Janszen, Katrina's story wasn't "movie-ized" and needed to be fictionalized because it wasn't deep enough. Winter can never leave an aquarium and return to the wild because of her disability and yet spoiler alert that's how the movie ends. While Katrina's parents did sign something that appears to have given the Clearwater Aquarium exclusive rights to her story, no one asked the young Hoosier to be an extra in the movie, to walk on the red carpet at a premiere or even acknowledge her part in it. Her parents are paying for the flight and tickets to attend the premiere in Clearwater, Fla.

Winter born circa October is a bottlenose dolphin at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Clearwater, Florida , US, widely known for having a prosthetic tail. She is the subject of the book Dolphin Tale , and the film of the same name , a dramatization of her story, and the sequel Dolphin Tale 2. Winter was found in the coastal waters of Florida in December , caught in a crab trap, which resulted in the loss of her tail. She was then taken to Clearwater Marine Aquarium. The loss of her tail caused her to swim unnaturally with her tail moving side to side instead of up and down.

3 thoughts on “Hope for Winter: The True Story of A Remarkable Dolphin Friendship by David Yates

  1. Winter the dolphin's story of survival has inspired millions of people. She has Quick Facts About Winter. Species: Atlantic bottlenose dolphin. Sex: Female.

  2. The story of Winter the dolphin is one of the most inspiring tales in dolphin history.

  3. Winter the Dolphin is, in fact, still alive and living at Clearwater Marine Aquarium. the sources, dates and the whole piece of information to get all of the facts.

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