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Oct 31

November is Manatee Awareness Month

November is Manatee Awareness Month

It's the beginning of November and the SeaWorld team is ready to spread the word about Manatee Awareness Month. Commonly found in Florida waters, manatees are nonaggressive, nonterritorial herbivores that prefer to spend their time in warm tropical and subtropical waters. They spend anywhere between six to eight hours of their day feeding on seagrass and other vegetation.

Oct 31

Cephalopod Greatness

Cephalopod Greatness

People are sometimes scared of octopus because their long tentacles look spooky and think they can hurt you. I’m not afraid of octopus because I know they don’t hurt people. This week at SeaWorld San Diego I met my very first octopus with Mike, the assistant curator of fishes. I went to his lab to see the octopus that will be in a new exhibit. He is super excited about it opening soon.

Oct 30

Animals at SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove Wear Their Own “Costumes” for Halloween!

Animals at SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove Wear Their Own “Costumes” for Halloween!

Happy Halloween a day early! Many of you are probably excited to dress up in costume tomorrow night. But did you know some of our animals at SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove wear their “costumes” year round? These unique animals disguise themselves to camouflage and protect themselves against predators.

Oct 29

My Beluga Whale Friends Atla and Pearl

My Beluga Whale Friends Atla and Pearl

When I went on the Wild Arctic Up-Close Tour at SeaWorld San Diego this year I had so much fun meeting the beluga whales. They are so beautiful and liked showing us how they play.

The whale trainers are good friends with the whales and know a lot about them. I liked learning how to feed fish to the whales. They love eating fish!

Oct 28

SeaWorld Rescue Team Saves the Life of a Sea Lion Impaled by Gaff Pole

SeaWorld Rescue Team Saves the Life of a Sea Lion Impaled by Gaff Pole

On Sunday, Oct. 26, the SeaWorld San Diego Rescue Team came to the aid of a 200-pound California sea lion that was impaled by a 10-foot gaff pole at La Jolla Cove.

The hook on the gaff pole was embedded three inches into the animal’s back. The wound could have ultimately been life threatening.

Oct 22

Welcome to the Newest Member of Our Dolphin Family!

Welcome to the Newest Member of Our Dolphin Family!

If you were to ask us why we’re beaming here at SeaWorld San Diego, it’s because we just welcomed the newest (and cutest) addition to our dolphin family!

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