Nov 28

SeaWorld Launches First Mobile Game - Ocean Themed, Of Course

by Staff

Turtle Trek, the first mobile game from SeaWorld, is now available from the App Store.

Turtle Trek is a free game download for the iPhone and iPad. Players guide an adventuresome sea turtle on a quest across the beach and into the water to find friends. They help the plucky sea turtle navigate through the perilous seascape and conquer a variety of challenges, some dangerous and some light-hearted.

Feb 25

SeaWorld Rehabilitating Solstice, the Rescued Sea Turtle

by Staff

Solstice, a distressed female sea turtle rescued after she was found cold-stunned on a Washington beach, arrived at SeaWorld San Diego’s Animal Rescue Center on Feb. 24, to continue her rehabilitation process. Following her rescue, she was initially treated by experts at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service coordinated with the U.S. Coast Guard to airlift Solstice to Southern California in a C-130 Hercules transport aircraft during a training mission.

May 16

By land, Sea and Air, SeaWorld Helps Save Endangered Species

by Staff

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.

Apr 17

Lett-uce Show You a Day in the Life of a Romaine Lettuce

Throughout the world, green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) mostly eat a variety of sea grasses and algae. At SeaWorld San Diego’s Turtle Reef, we provide these underwater reptiles with nutritious romaine lettuce to substitute for sea grass. Our sea turtles in the attraction can eat through five cases of romaine lettuce a day. That’s more than 125 heads of lettuce in 24 hours!

So, what is it like in the day of a life for a leaf of romaine lettuce at Turtle Reef?

Well it’s short and nutritiously quick, as you’ll see in the clip below!

Apr 10

SeaWorld Orlando's TurtleTrek Webisode No. 5: Turtle Conservation

by Staff

Take an insider's look at how SeaWorld Orlando returns a rehabilitated sea turtle back into its natural environment. Learn from turtle expert, Dan Conklin, what this sub-adult loggerhead suffered from and how SeaWorld prepared it for its return and how you, too, can help save turtles.

Jul 21

SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Grant More Than $1 Million to Help Protect Animals In Need

by Staff

Animals in need and endangered species around the world will benefit from more than $1 million in grants awarded by the non-profit SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund. Since its creation seven years ago, the Fund has granted more than $7 million to protect wild

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