Oct 03

"Sea Rescue" Returns This Saturday on ABC with More Amazing Stories of Animal Rescue

by Staff

Sea Rescue with Sam Champion returns this Saturday, Oct. 5 with more stories of marine animal rescue, rehabilitation and return by the SeaWorld rescue team and its partners. The show is hosted by environmental journalist and Good Morning America weather anchor Sam Champion. The show has been seen by more than 86 million viewers in its first two seasons.

Jul 07

Top 5 Things to Know About Training Sharks

Did you know it’s possible to train sharks? The expert aquarists at SeaWorld and Discovery Cove in Orlando have done just that. They have learned that sharks have unique behavioral traits and that training them takes patience. Training allows veterinarians and aquarists to provide hands-on care to the animals and also enables guests to interact with the sharks up close.

Jul 04

SeaWorld Celebrates July 4th by Honoring Military Families

Happy Fourth of July, everyone! Here at SeaWorld we are honored to host men and women in uniform with complimentary admission to any of our SeaWorld parks through our Waves of Honor Program. Sometimes we have the privilege to help them surprise their families with a special homecoming reunion after an exhausting tour of duty. Many service members spend months apart from their families while they serve our country. It is always special and very emotional seeing them reunite once again.

May 05

DIY Recipe: Cinco de Mayo Cocktail

Happy Cinco de Mayo! In celebration of today’s holiday we wanted to share Chef Héctor's next Viva la Música fan-favorite cocktail: Mojitos! This simple recipe is sure to get your Cinco de Mayo party started.

Dec 15

Risso's Dolphin Rehabilitating at SeaWorld San Diego

by Staff

A Risso’s dolphin that was brought to SeaWorld San Diego is being cared for around the clock by our animal care and veterinary team. Estimated to be about a year old, the male dolphin was found stranded on a beach in Long Beach, California and was taken to the Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur where he was stabilized before being transported to our park. Without intervention, this animal would not have survived.

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