SINGAPORE: The dolphins at Resorts World Sentosa’s Marine Life Park have been released from quarantine and are expected to meet the public soon.
The park said the 24 dolphins have received the Agri—food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore’s (AVA) approval for their release.
It added the mammals have adjusted well to their new home through the care of its staff and veterinary professionals.
The park looks forward to let the dolphins meet the public through progressive stages of introduction.
It also gave updates on the laboratory tests on the male dolphin that died on the flight to Singapore from the Philippines.
The final pathology report indicated that Wen Wen had succumbed to an acute bacterial infection.
There was, however, no evidence on the origins of the infection.
Medical examinations prior to the transport indicated that all animals were healthy prior to the move.
The park believes the infection was an isolated incident.
Recently, the park attracted controversy for its import of dolphins.
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