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Jul 22

SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team Returns Rehabilitated Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle

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SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team Returns Rehabilitated  Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle

Early this morning, SeaWorld Orlando’s Animal Rescue Team traveled to Washington Oaks Garden State Park in Palm Coast, Fla., just south of St. Augustine, to return a juvenile Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle.

Jul 12

Celebrate Arctic Sea Ice Day at SeaWorld San Diego!

Celebrate Arctic Sea Ice Day at SeaWorld San Diego!

Come and celebrate Arctic Sea Ice Day with us here at SeaWorld San Diego! This day was created by Polar Bears International, the world’s leading polar bear conservation group, and one of the non-profit organizations supported by the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund.

Jul 10

First Clapper Rail Release of the Season

First Clapper Rail Release of the Season

SeaWorld San Diego and other members of Team Clapper Rail kicked off another successful season recently with the release of six light-footed clapper rails at the Batiquitos Lagoon Ecological Reserve near San Diego recently. Three of the birds came from SeaWorld and the others came from San Diego Zoo Global. Team Clapper Rail—which is comprised of SeaWorld San Diego, the Living Coast Discovery Center, San Diego Zoo Global, California Department of Fish and Wildlife and U.S.

Jun 20

Eight Sea Lions Get a Second Chance at Life

Eight Sea Lions Get a Second Chance at Life

Eight sea lions were recently given a second chance at life, following several weeks of care from our SeaWorld Rescue Team.

Jun 07

World Oceans Day: Take a Selfie for the Sea!

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World Oceans Day: Take a Selfie for the Sea!

World Oceans Day is Sunday, June 8! If you’re wondering how you can do your part to help raise awareness on protecting the ocean, read on!

May 16

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

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

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.

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