Jack Kassewitz

Places to SEE! 

These are the companies we work with and recommend.

Dolphin Discovery
                     The Experience of a Lifetime!

Dolphin Discovery ® is the #1 swim with dolphins company in the world. They have 9 dolphinariums in relevant tourist destinations in the Mexican Caribbean: Cancun - Isla MujeresCozumel (the most important cruise ship port of the Mexican Caribbean), Mahahual in Costa Maya and Puerto Aventuras in the Riviera Maya. In the Mexican Pacific in Vallarta, inside Aquaventuras Park and their recently opened location in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur. They also have important dolphinariums in the Caribbean Sea: Tortola (important cruise ship destination) and Grand Cayman 

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Jack teaches young interns about manatees.
National Geographic
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Jungle Island (formerly Parrot Jungle) is an interactive zoological park in Watson IslandMiamiFloridaUnited States. It was originally Parrot Jungle and moved from its original suburban Pinecrest to its present location just east of Downtown Miami renamed as Parrot Jungle Island. In 2007, the park was again renamed to Jungle Island. Jungle Island is located in the heart of Miami, off of I-395 between Downtown Miami and South Beach. 

Jungle Island - 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail - Miami, Florida 33132

For directions to Jungle Island, please click here.
On most Sundays and Mondays we can be found at the Orangutan Primadome at Jungle Island - Miami between 1 and 3 o'clock providng additional enrichment using novel games  with the six orangutans living there: Jake, Hannah, Sinbad, Connie,  Peanut and Pumpkin.
Noel shows her painting of Peanut to Peanut.
ZOO Miami is one of the world's great zoos and is right here in Miami-Dade County. Zoo Miami houses more than 900 wild animals in a cageless setting that closely approximates the animals' natural habitats and gives the visitor the feeling of embarking on an international safari. Large, open-air exhibits allow visitors to enjoy beautiful and endangered wildlife at a safe yet remarkably close range. With nearly 300 developed acres on a 740-acre parcel of land, Zoo Miami is the only zoo in the continental United States located in a subtropical climate. This enables the Zoo to showcase animals that cannot easily be exhibited in colder climates. Trek through Asia and see Asian River Otters, Komodo Dragons, and Bengal Tigers. Hike the African Plains with giraffes, zebras and lions. Walk about Australia with koalas, kangaroos and wallabies. 

Check out the Zoo Miami website.
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