JoJo is a one-of-a-kind Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin who has lived and played in the shallow waters of the Turks and Caicos Islands in the West Indies since 1980. He is one of the few dolphins in the world who freely interacts with humans in their natural habitat. The government has designated JoJo as a National Treasure, with a specially appointed warden to protect him. In the Turks and Caicos Islands, the friendly dolphin has become a powerful symbol for nature conservation. The islands and their turquoise waters, which are sparsely populated and thus far unspoiled, are a unique haven for wildlife. The area is home to marine turtles, migrating whales, schools of wild dolphins, and a variety of rare birds.