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MEET DYLAN GOETZ

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Hi. My name is Dylan Goetz and I am from Augusta, Georgia. I studied biology at the University of Georgia. GO DAWGS! I moved to St. Thomas in September 2018 from St. Augustine, Florida, to help start the dolphin program here at Coral World. I’m very…

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Meet Matt Tartaglio

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Meet Jacqueline in our Accounts Payable Department.

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Meet Caroline Emch-Wei

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What is your name and where are you from? My name is Caroline Emch-Wei and I grew up in Southern California. After that I went to school in Oregon where I lived for around ten years.   How did you end up working at Coral World?…

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Ryan Firment

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Coral World Sea Lion Team Update

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Rosey Omar Remo and Romulo

2017 has been an especially interesting year at Coral World, and this brief end-of-year update will attempt to summarize all of the excitement (both good and bad) that our sea lion family has endured over the past year. Our…

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Health Beat: Vet Tech Treats Residents and Visitors at Coral World

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Coral World Happy 4In her eight years as a veterinarian technician at Coral World Marine Park, Erica Palmer has treated almost every kind of animal that swims or flies by the island of St. Thomas, as well as a bevy of land-based inhabitants. This spring she finally had…

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Juvenile Frigate Seabird Mira Rehabilitated & Released

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Earth Day 2015

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Frigate Rehab with Erica #awesomeericavi

Outreach and EducationTeam Coral WorldThe Nature Conservancy

Coral World Happy 4“Its physical therapy time in the rehab department! Mira is an adult female frigate bird that is recovering from a wing injury. Her wing was not broken, but the muscles and tendons take time to heal. After being bandaged for several weeks, Mira is now…

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