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Oct 16

Celebrate International Sloth Day on October 18 at SeaWorld Orlando!

International Sloth Day is this Saturday, October 18, and we couldn’t be more excited for “the slothiest day of the year.” International Sloth Day seeks to build awareness about these animals and the need to save them. Small gestures like recycling your paper and plastics will help conserve the forests where sloths live.

Oct 14

Join Julie: Conservation and Research

Join Julie: Conservation and Research

Have you heard? We’ve launched a new webisode series with SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Animal Ambassador Julie Scardina! “Join Julie” takes you into the fun and unique world of working with animals here at SeaWorld San Diego. From animal training to conservation, Julie has a lot to share with you!

Oct 14

Spooktacular Turtle and Fish Costumes

Spooktacular Turtle and Fish Costumes

I really like going to SeaWorld and am so excited to go to the Halloween Spooktacular this month. I love making crafts with my mom at home so I made my own Halloween costumes. I had so much fun feeding turtles with Mike at SeaWorld San Diego that I decided to make a sea turtle costume. My favorite book at home is “Rainbow Fish” so I also made a fish costume. I just need to decide which costume to wear to SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular.

Oct 09

A Flock of Caribbean Flamingo Chicks Hatch at SeaWorld Orlando

by Staff
A Flock of Caribbean Flamingo Chicks Hatch at SeaWorld Orlando

Our SeaWorld Aviculture Team has their hands full caring for a flock of recently hatched flamingos. Caring for them is a round-the-clock job – some chicks even travel home with aviculturists for close monitoring and routine feedings. To make sure they receive all the nutrients they need to grow into healthy adult flamingos, each chick’s keeper hand feeds them a special formula, called a flamingo smoothie, made of egg yolks, whole eggs, corn oil, vitamin E, calcium carbonate and water. Check it out in the video below:

Oct 08

Inside SeaWorld: First of Its Kind Shark Rescue and Return

Inside SeaWorld: First of Its Kind Shark Rescue and Return

In the first of its kind rescue, SeaWorld successfully rescued, rehabilitated and returned a smooth-hound shark back to its natural habitat. SeaWorld rescued the animal on Sept. 30, after being in contact with officials at Marina Village, who had noticed the animal in distress in very shallow water along the rocks. The shark, nicknamed Marina because of the location of her stranding, had some superficial injuries on her snout, abdomen and below her dorsal due to entanglement in fishing gear.

Oct 01

I Love Killer Whales

I Love Killer Whales

I really like learning about killer whales when I go to SeaWorld. Killer whales are also called Orcinus orca. I’ve always loved watching them from the underwater viewing window. The first time I met them I was just a baby.

When I was at SeaWorld earlier this year I met Kasatka and her trainer Kristi.

Sep 29

Surprise Military Homecoming at Shamu Stadium

Surprise Military Homecoming at Shamu Stadium

Did you know that each day, during the pre-show of the One Ocean Shamu show at all of our SeaWorld parks, the military is asked to stand and be recognized by all in the 5,500-seat stadium? We recently honored the Allen family here at SeaWorld San Diego by surprising the children with the return of their dad, Sergeant Ronald Allen, from a nearly seven-month deployment to the Middle East!

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