Getting to Know Kiska

Kiska gets a lot of attention from her marine mammal caregiver, Tali. Kiska gets between one to four sessions per hour with Tali, or one of her other marine mammal caregivers.

Tali explains that Kiska is not very interested in high-energy behaviours, like jumps. But, she loves to be rubbed with hands or brushes!

Check out the video to see Kiska getting an enjoyable belly rub:

Marineland’s water system provides suitable environment for all marine mammals


Marineland ensures that its marine mammals are well taken care of and healthy. Over many years, we have made significant financial investments to develop and maintain a sufficient water management system to provide an appropriate environment for all marine mammals under our care.

A water treatment analysis report conducted by Stantec, an independent company, was released in 2013. It reveals that Marineland maintains best practices and conducts on-going research for development. Based on the assessment, it was found that the systems are suitable for maintaining water quality parameters for the species and number of marine mammals under human care. This assessment coupled with further research of relevant literature shows that Marineland’s systems meet modern standards of performance requirements.

If you wish to read the entire report conducted by Stantec, please visit: https://www.marineland.ca/admin/data//file/StantecReport.pdf