Dec 05

Manatees Vesuvia and Dorothy-Gail are Returned to Florida Waters after Months of Rehabilitation

This week, our Animal Rescue Team here at SeaWorld Orlando returned two female manatees, Vesuvia and Dorothy-Gail, into Florida's East Coast waters after receiving treatment and care at our facilities for several months. Check out some awesome video from their returns below!

Oct 18

SeaWorld’s “Sea of Surprises” Float Set to Make a Splash in Rose Parade

The beauty and majesty of the sea will come to life in Pasadena, as SeaWorld’s “Sea of Surprises” float appears in the 125th Rose Parade on Jan. 1.

Oct 01

SeaWorld Orlando Animals Go Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the color pink, along with the pink ribbon, are the most prominent symbols of breast cancer awareness. To celebrate, here are some animals at SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove that are “wearing” their pink!

Flamingos are an animal that’s always thinking pink! Chilean flamingos are light pink while the Caribbean flamingos have a deep, orangey-pink coloring.

Jul 02

Species Spotlights: Meet Some Real American Natives at SeaWorld Orlando

Independence Day is just around the corner, which means it’s time to celebrate our nation’s history! Did you know several species of animals have been in North America since the Mayflower arrived in the 1600’s? And some are even older than that! Here are some of the real American natives:

Jun 19

Summer Nights at SeaWorld Orlando Starts This Weekend

When the sun goes down at SeaWorld Orlando, a new world of fun and adventure comes to life. Summer Nights at SeaWorld Orlando is a nighttime spectacular that includes incredible shows, an all-new attraction, thrilling coasters under the stars, and a nightly Shamu show that ends with a bang.

May 09

An Eagle Ray Checkup at SeaWorld San Diego

At SeaWorld San Diego, our keepers, trainers, aquarists and veterinarians care for more than 5,000 marine animals. As part of SeaWorld’s commitment to the animals’ well being, they are monitored on a daily basis. They are also occasionally brought to our behind-the-scenes animal care facility for a more extensive checkup of their health. This occurs with sea lions, dolphins, penguins and sea otters, just to name a few. But did you know it can also include 6-foot spotted eagle rays (Aetobatus narinari)?

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