Dolphin Tale 2

Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 2

Year

2014

Duration

107 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

A few years after dolphin Winter was saved by the team at the Clearwater Aquarium by radically giving her a prosthetic tail, she becomes ill again when her surrogate mother dies leaving her alone. As dolphins can only survive in pairs and Aquarium regulations state they must have a pool partner, Winter’s friend and trainer Sawyer and the rest of the team at Clearwater are in a race against time to find her a pool mate. This is an inspiring story of hope and friendship both in and out of the water that is remarkably taken from a true story.

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Very mild threat, emotional upset.

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