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 San Diego Hoping for Pregnancy after Conducting Artificial Insemination with Park’s Polar Bear
SeaWorld San Diego’s zoological team, including Dr. Justine O’Brien from the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Reproductive Research Center, recently conducted artificial insemination with a female polar bear named Snowflake. The 19-year-old bear will be monitored for a potential pregnancy starting in early fall when animal care specialists will test her progesterone levels in the hopes of a pregnancy.
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!
Earlier this month, Coco celebrated her third birthday with a special treat: Cupcakes made from a blend of clam, urchins and mussels!
Hey Floridians, living in the sunshine state just got even better! Discovery Cove, the No. 1 amusement park in the world, according to the *2014 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards™, just launched an exclusive deal just for you! Now through December 31, 2014, you have the chance to experience a Dolphin Swim Day Resort Package for a great deal -- $219, plus tax. Day Resort packages are also available for $149 plus tax.
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.