Last of the Minnesota Zoo dolphins moved to new homes
|Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.|
|Semo, still a viable male, soaking up the sun at his new digs in Cali. Where the ladies at?|
Semo, who at 48 is the oldest male bottlenose dolphin in human care, now resides at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in California. Allie, 25, is now at Brookfield Zoo in Illinois.
The staff at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom has expertise in caring for senior marine mammals. Semo is still a viable male, according to the Minnesota Zoo, and therefore will be introduced to four other female dolphins, apparently to possibly father some baby Semos.
|Allie reuniting with her old pal Tapeko, who now has a daughter named Allison.|
At this point, there are no more dolphins at the zoo, and, according to a statement by the zoo in May, it does not plan to house dolphins once the repairs to Discovery Bay have been made.