Feb 27

SeaWorld Orlando Returns Cold-Stun Manatee to Indian River off Merritt Island After Year of Rehabilitation

by Staff

Yesterday morning, SeaWorld Orlando’s Animal Rescue Team, Sea2Shore and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) returned BMan, a sub-adult male manatee, to the waters off Port St. John in Merritt Island, Fla., after receiving long-termcare and rehabilitation at SeaWorld Orlando for the past year.

Oct 25

A Second Chance at Life for TJ, the Rescued Common Dolphin

by Staff

TJ, a young, male common dolphin rescued on a beach near Tijuana in the spring, is thriving back in the ocean after being given a second chance at life here at SeaWorld San Diego!

Jan 14

SeaWorld Rescue Team Member Adopts Hurricane Sandy Dog

On Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012, the SeaWorld Rescue Team, along with the concerted efforts of Helen Woodward Animal Center, Southwest Airlines and BP Fuel, assisted more than 40 orphaned dogs and cats flown in across the country from the East Coast that were affected when Hurricane Sandy hit and left their facilities uninhabitable. Jessica DeCoursey was among the rescue team members who safely chaperoned the pets, including seven-year-old pug/Pekinese blend Lassie, to Helen Woodward Animal Center.

Nov 02

Bye, Bye Bruce!

After being in SeaWorld San Diego’s care undergoing life-saving medical treatment since Jan. 25, 2011, Bruce the Pacific green sea turtle was returned to San Diego Bay last week.

Jun 15

Rescued Fur Seal Becomes an At-Sea Researcher

by Staff

A Guadalupe fur seal rescued and rehabilitated by SeaWorld San Diego is helping with important research. The year-old female was found emaciated and comatose on a San Diego-area beach in March, and veterinarians determined she was hyperglycemic and hypothermic. After months of medical treatment by SeaWorld animal care specialists, she made a full recovery.

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