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Jan 30

This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: "Locked and Found"

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This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: "Locked and Found"

This Saturday on Sea Rescue a dolphin is tangled in fishing gear and needs help. Rescuers have their work cut out for them, because the dolphin learns to swim through a lock that is used by boats.

Jan 24

This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: "Hard Shells, Warm Hearts"

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This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: "Hard Shells, Warm Hearts"

This Saturday on Sea Rescue, what starts as an annual event turns into an unprecedented crisis as hundreds of endangered sea turtles strand up and down the New England coast. Rescuers come up with an extraordinary plan to get them back to warmer waters.

Jan 21

SeaWorld's Position on Drive Fisheries

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SeaWorld's Position on Drive Fisheries

Each year, hundreds of dolphins are slaughtered by Japanese fishermen in a brutal hunt known as the "drive fishery."

SeaWorld is opposed to these drive hunts in Japan and elsewhere. Every accredited zoo and aquarium in America also is opposed to the practice.

No animal in our collection is from a drive hunt. The overwhelming majority of marine mammals in our parks were born in our parks.

In fact, it is a violation of U.S. law to bring an animal collected in that manner into the U.S.

Dec 17

Santa's Sleigh Ride Stacked with SeaWorld-Inspired Toys for all Good Girls and Boys

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Santa's Sleigh Ride Stacked with SeaWorld-Inspired Toys for all Good Girls and Boys

Santa has a lot more to work with: A host of SeaWorld-inspired holiday gifts make their debut this season. From adorable penguins to plush polar bears, the park's iconic marine animals will be featured in a sleigh-full of new toys, accessories, apparel and home goods.

Dec 11

Whale-Sized Research at SeaWorld

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Whale-Sized Research at SeaWorld

New research conducted at SeaWorld aims to help scientists answer a long-standing question: What is the resting metabolic rate of a killer whale (Orcinus orca)? The answer to this seemingly basic question may upset conventionally held beliefs about the impact of killer whales, an apex predator, on their environment, and help biologists make more informed management decisions for endangered killer whales in the wild.

Nov 25

New "Voices of SeaWorld: Conservation and Research"

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New "Voices of SeaWorld: Conservation and Research"

In this new “Voices of SeaWorld” webisode, SeaWorld animal experts and scientists share some of the fascinating research projects going on in the parks that play a huge role in helping to save wildlife and wild places. From the development of thriving marine mammal breeding programs to the on-the-ground support of research projects around the world, see how research makes up a key component of SeaWorld’s larger commitment to conservation and animal welfare.

Nov 22

This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: "Tangled up in the Blue"

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This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: "Tangled up in the Blue"

This Saturday on Sea Rescue a humpback whale is tangled up in fishing gear off the coast of Maui and it’s up to a specialized rescue team to perform a daring operation to save him. Then, a manatee is hit by a boat propeller, leaving behind scars that resemble the laces of a football.

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