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Local Name:
Marine Life Park
Budget:
450M
Announced:
16 Oct 2006
Construction Start:
16 Apr 2007
Opening:
07 Dec 2012
Location:
Area:
8 ha
  1. This dejiki is simply an amazing photographer!

  2. dejiki is offline Park Investigator
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    Here's a couple of photos from me. I caught the BluWater Bay wave pool in operation. Looks nice, though the waves are kinda short (well, it's meant to be a relaxing pool, not a "surfing" wave pool anyway anyway):
    http://dejiki.com/2012/10/marine-life-park-aerial8/





    Marine Life Park - from the air 8:
    http://dejiki.com/2012/10/marine-life-park-aerial8/

  3. mikkisentosa is offline Park Investigator
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    I particularly loves this one. The staff have a good time!!

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  5. SINGAPORE - A Philippine court today lifted the temporary environment protection order preventing its 25 captive dolphins from being exported to Singapore.

    A Quezon City court last Friday issued a 72-hour temporary environment protection order to block the export of the dolphins, which were headed to the Resorts World Sentosa's (RWS) Marine Life Park, after animal rights groups there filed a civil suit.

    A RWS spokesperson said the Integrated Resort is "pleased that the court has decided to lift the temporary environment protection order".

    "Our dolphins are doing well under the care of our team of experienced experts, and we look forward to welcoming them to Singapore," said the spokesperson.

    "We regret that the group which initiated this court action had gone on various public platforms with inaccurate statements pertaining to our dolphins, perpetuating the same falsehoods that we had repeatedly made numerous clarifications and corrections to in the past," she added.
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    http://www.todayonline.com/Singapore/EDC121017-0000147/Philippine-court-lifts-order-preventing-export-of-dolphins-to-Spore

  6. mikkisentosa is offline Park Investigator
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  8. Singapore's Marine Life Park said its acquisition of 25 Indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins caught in the wild, followed international requirements.

    A spokesman of Marine Life Park said Saturday that they are in line with the requirements of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which regulates the trade of animals to protect wildlife species from extinction.

    The spokesman had said so in response to queries from Channel NewsAsia on a report that a court in the Philippines has moved to stop the 25 dolphins from being re-exported to Singapore.

    This followed calls from environmentalists and activists to prevent the transfer of the mammals, which are housed temporarily in Manila before being sent to Marine Life Park.
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    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1231139/1/.html

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    Dolphin export from the Philippines to MLP barred

    The Quezon City Regional Trial Court issued a 72-hour temporary environmental protection order directing Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala and Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Director Asis Perez to prevent the re-exportation of 25 dolphins to Singapore.

    The order of Judge Bernelito Fernandez of Branch 101 bars the shipment of the 25 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus), which were caught in the waters of Solomon Islands, to the Marine Life Park at the Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore.

    Fernandez said he saw the need to issue the TEPO “as this will result in grave and irreparable damage to the population of the dolphins from the Solomon Islands and generations yet to come and to the environment in general as the said activity has been scientifically shown to be detrimental to the survival of the species and in violation of domestic law and international conventions.”
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    http://manilastandardtoday.com/2012/10/13/dolphin-export-barred/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Finally a closer look at the big fish tank!!
    That's not the biggest tank at MLP. See this video for a peek at the massive Open Ocean Habitat tank:


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