Miami Dolphins linebacker Mike Hull intercepts a pass against the Arizona Cardinals in December 2016.
Miami Dolphins linebacker Mike Hull intercepts a pass against the Arizona Cardinals in December 2016. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Miami Dolphins linebacker Mike Hull intercepts a pass against the Arizona Cardinals in December 2016. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
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  • Should Lolita be freed? What's next for her and other large marine mammals in captivity.

    After a lifetime in captivity, the window for freeing Lolita, the Miami Seaquarium's star orca, may be closed, activists say. As the campaign to free her continues to rage, they question whether freeing Lolita is in her best interest.

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