The South Dakota Department of Environmental Quality is partnering with the Smithsonian Institution to launch a new attraction called The Dolphin Adventures: A New World of Dolphin Love.
The attraction is being developed by the Smithsonian’s National Marine Mammal Center and is part of the Center for Dolphin Research at the Smithsonian.
The attraction will allow visitors to take part in the first time ever to hug and lick a dolphin.
It will also include educational activities, interactive exhibits, and educational materials to help children understand the difference between human and dolphin emotions.
The park also plans to offer educational programs to teach children about the differences between dolphins and other marine mammals.
The Center for Dolphins Research at Smithsonian’s Natl Museum is part in Smithsonian’s Dolphin Conservation Initiative, which seeks to conserve marine mammals in the wild by studying their behaviors and physiology.
It also provides education, support, and advocacy to support conservation efforts.
Dolphins have long been the target of animal rights groups.
But with the recent wave of international pressure on South Dakota, the state is also facing more than just animal rights concerns.
The state has been at the forefront of the campaign to ban the export of dolphins to China, which is known for its horrific treatment of animals.
This month, the South Dakota Senate passed a bill that would prohibit dolphin exports to China.