Oct 10

Baby time at SeaWorld Orlando

by Staff

Baby bubbles -- that's a big breath!

The big day has arrived -- Katina the killer whale gave birth Saturday, October 9, at 7:28 p.m. in SeaWorld Orlando's Shamu Stadium.

Sep 10


Make sure to join us weekends, October 3-31, from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. when Halloween meets the sea during SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular. This family-friendly event immerses guests in an underwater "fantasea" with trick-or-treating, whimsical pumpkin fish, sea-themed arts and crafts, and up-close animal encounters.

Jun 16

Father's Day Bonding at SeaWorld Orlando

Here at SeaWorld Orlando, we understand the importance of quality time between parents and children in building strong bonds. It’s something we see and cherish every day with our animals (click here to read about some of the baby animals recently born in our park).

Jun 09

CUTE ALERT: Baby Boom at SeaWorld Orlando

Spring is in the air and in full bloom with two new additions to our family at SeaWorld Orlando. This past month, we welcomed the first Caribbean Flamingo chick and sea lion pup of 2015. Guests who visit the park can get an up-close look at how animals care for their babies.

May 29

Mako coming to SeaWorld Orlando in 2016

On Wednesday, SeaWorld Orlando announced Mako, a 200-foot-tall hypercoaster that will reach 73 mph along 4,760 feet of steel! Named for one of the ocean’s fastest known sharks, Mako will be Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster.

May 02

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.

Nov 24

Meet Blanche, the Orphaned Manatee Calf Rescued July 2014

For the last week of Manatee Awareness Month we would like to give you an update on our youngest manatee rescue of the year. Last July, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) brought a young manatee orphan weighing only 48 pounds to our facility to receive care and rehabilitation. We’re excited to officially introduce her. Her name is Blanche, and she’s a special girl!

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