This Saturday on Sea Rescue a Great White shark becomes trapped in a lagoon off Cape Cod, Massachusetts and it’s a race against time to save her. Then, a manatee is hit by a boat and a SeaWorld team responds but first they must find her.
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.
SeaWorld Orlando celebrates, protects and preserves spectacular wildlife from every continent and ocean around the world every day. In honor of the birth of the United States of America this July 4, today we’re highlighting some of the country’s natives that you can find at SeaWorld Orlando.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is home to nearly 200 endangered, threatened and at-risk animal species. Some of the many examples found at our parks include: lemurs, orangutans, polar bears, sea otters, cheetahs, zebras, gray wolves, black rhinos, macaws and chimpanzees.
It’s that time of year again! Shopping at countless stores to complete your sea-deep shopping list can get tedious. Shopping for the tech savvy guru? A glamour gal? A future SeaWorld trainer? Look no further! This year, SeaWorld Orlando is your one-stop-shop to find something for everyone on your list. Check out some awesome gift ideas below.
October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and the way that we show our support all year long at SeaWorld is through a program called Happy Tails. This program encourages the adoption of cats and dogs from local shelters. Those who adopt from a participating shelter will receive two complimentary single-day admissions to a SeaWorld or Busch Gardens park!
Everyone loves the weekends, and now you have a reason to get excited about the weekdays, too!
Nutcrackers as we know them today have been a part of holiday traditions for hundreds of years. German folk artists first began carving these popular keepsakes in the likeness of kings and soldiers in the 1700s, with teeth shown, it was said, to ward off evil spirits and protect the home.
While artist Holly Adler’s Hollywood Nutcrackers™ may still have that toothy smile, the characters she brings to life re-imagine these traditional keepsakes in whimsical ways that have made her one of the most collectible nutcracker artists of our time.