The Miami Dolphins team home is Dolphins Stadium. The stadium went by other names: Pro Player Stadium (1997-2004) and Joe Robbie Stadium (1987-1996).
There are 41 known species of dolphins today.
Sun Life Financial bought the naming rights to the stadium for 5 years starting in 2010, with an option to extend the naming rights for an additional 5 years minimum. Sun Life bought the naming rights a week before the NFL Pro-Bowl and Super Bowl will be played there. Land Shark had the naming rights to the stadium for the previous 8 months, but their rights ended after the January 5, 2010, FedEx Orange Bowl game. The stadium has had 7 different names since it first opened as Joe Robbie Stadium in 1987. The other names were: Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Dolphin Stadium and Land Shark Stadium. There are 3 teams that call this stadium home: the Dolphins, the Marlins and the University of Miami. The Marlins will be moving into their own stadium in 2012.
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The current stadium the Miami Marlins play in is Marlins Park. Before the 2012 move into the stadium, the Marlins played in Sun Life Stadium. Sun Life Stadium changed names many times. Starting as Joe Robbie Stadium (1987-96), then changing it to Pro Player Park in 1996 and quickly to Pro Player Stadium (1996-2005). Dolphins Stadium became the new name of the stadium from 2005 to 06 where it was changed to Dolphin Stadium (2006-09). Then in 2009, the stadium became Land Shark Stadium from 2009-10. Finally the name became Sun Life Stadium in 2010 which it still is.
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There are many types of dolphins (all with different names) some of these include: Dusky dolphin,Bottlenose dolphin, Pink River Dolphin,and many more. One type of Whale is actually a dolphin.
There are different names for different kinds of dolphins, but if you're looking for the common bottlenose dolphin, then it's: Tursiops truncatus