On June 16th 2016, SeaWorld San Diego rescued a long beak common dolphin that had become stranded on a California beach. The locals (thinking the dolphin was female) named the stranded dolphin "Rosey". When the dolphin was transported to SeaWorld San Diego's rescue facility it was discovered that the dolphin was actually male, but the rescue staff decided to keep the name anyway
Rosey is currently in a guarded & critical condition, but it is hoped that he might pull through. As a very young animal, it is unclear whether Rosey will be suitable for release back into the wild, but this is a decision that will be made by the federal government at a later date should Rosey pull through.
Without SeaWorld, this beautiful animal would not be here today, that's one of the things I love the most about this amazing company.
There is some more detail in the following article:https://seaworldcares.com/en/2016/06/Se ... alifornia/