Jul 28

Animal Adaptations I Wish I Had

Most marine animals are able to live in and out of water because of their adaptations. Those are all the things that have changed over time to help them survive. It would be really cool if I had some of their adaptations too. Being able to swim fast, breathe under water and even hide would be awesome.

Jun 05

Why the Oceans Are Important to Me

Oceans are important to me because there are lots of sea animals that live there. I love learning about marine animals and spending time at the beach. I don’t live near the beach so I like to visit SeaWorld to learn about animals in the ocean.

Aug 06

Sharks, Cleaner Fish and More at Explorer’s Reef

When I first got to SeaWorld San Diego, I thought I dived under a wave. Explorer’s Reef was the first thing I saw and it was really cool. I wanted to stay there all day. The touch pools have neat animals like crabs, rays, cleaner fish and even friendly sharks.

Oct 30

Some-fin Spooky for Halloween at SeaWorld San Diego!

With Halloween just around the corner, we thought we’d share some cool information on our spooky-looking, FINe friends (See what we did there?) here at the park! These bony fishes will definitely pique your interest.

The Wolf Eel

May 23

Fresh(water) Fish by de la Mer

Hello once again, Readers! The summer season is upon us once more here at SeaWorld San Diego, and we are happy to report that there are some exciting new changes taking place in the park! Those of you who have visited recently are probably familiar with the ongoing construction of Explorer’s Reef near the front of the park, but that’s not the only area of SeaWorld that is getting a bit of a facelift.

Mar 04

Conserving Coral Reefs in Central America

by Staff

The SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund is helping protect the 400-plus-mile Meso-American Reef - the second largest barrier reef in the world.

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