Dolphins are mammals, which means they are warm blooded, breathe air, give birth to live young and nurse. Did you know that they also have hair at some point in their lives? Where on a dolphin could you find hair? And do dolphins still have hair as adults? Watch this video with Senior Trainer Joy Clausen to find out:
Enter into SeaWorld and you’re visited with an explosion of color: hanging baskets of flowers in the guest entry plaza, beds of seasonal reds and purples rooted in front of the sky-blue Skytower.
Besides our thrilling rides and tranquil beaches, Aquatica has something special to offer guests. As one of the only waterpark’s in the world that features animals, Aquatica Orlando is able to create an amazing, beat-the-heat environment, but also educate you while splashing around in the sun.
Splash around with the Commerson’s dolphins!
Look at what we saw on ultrasound in someone’s belly this week. You guessed it… It’s a… It’s a… It’s the fluke of a baby dolphin!!! One of our Atlantic bottlenose dolphins is approximately 6 months pregnant. A dolphin’s full pregnancy is a year long, so she has another 6 months of pregnancy left.
Funny man Will Ferrell got a whale of a smooch and a high-five from his new Arctic buddy Nanuq, SeaWorld San Diego's 2,000-pound beluga whale, during a visit to the marine-life park with his family.
As you’re pulling out your warm coats, hats and gloves for the cold weather, you’ll be amazed at how some animals found at SeaWorld keep warm during extreme cold weather conditions.
Two orphaned California sea otters, rescued as pups nearly three years ago, continue to thrive at SeaWorld San Diego. Abby arrived at SeaWorld in July 2007 and Ellie was brought to the park in November 2007. Both pups were only days old when abandoned by their mothers along the coast in Northern California.
Abby and Ellie, two abandoned California sea otters rescued as pups, enjoy frozen treats made of shrimp and crab.
The otters were brought to SeaWorld in 2007 and were introduced to each other at the park's nursery pool on January 17. Animal care specialists continued to monitor their progress.
Since welcoming its first dolphin calf in 2000, Discovery Cove in Orlando has been fortunate enough to experience it's own baby boom.
And each one of the 20 calves born is special!