Aug 09

Employee Profile: Dr. Lara Croft

by Staff

For young women looking to get into the field of veterinary science or marine biology, Dr. Lara Croft is an inspiration. Here's a little bit of informaiton on her background and some great photos of her doing some amazing work at SeaWorld.

Dr. Croft is one of three SeaWorld Orlando staff veterinarians. In this capacity, Dr. Croft maintains the health of the park's animals, including killer whales, dolphins, sea lions, seals, birds, fish, and turtles.

Jun 30

Employee Spotlight: Mike Boos, VP of Zoological Operations, Busch Gardens Tampa

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Mike Boos has been named vice president of zoological operations at Busch Gardens, the top zoological position at the Tampa park. Boos, 43, replaces Glenn Young, who retired at the end of June.

Mike Boos

Jun 17

SeaWorld Uses Technology to Fulfill Cancer Patient’s Wish to Meet a Dolphin

by Staff

Thanks to modern technology, SeaWorld Orlando employees and animals were able to fulfill a final wish from a 48-year-old woman with an inoperable brain tumor to meet a dolphin.

Jun 11

Employee Spotlight on Brian Morrow, Corporate Director of Creative Development

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Manta recently celebrated its one year new birthday. We sat down with Brian Morrow, Corporate Director of Creative Development and Manta designer for a Q & A session.

Apr 27

The World is Our Oyster

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Last Friday, SeaWorld Orlando employees took part in a unique conservation-related project to help restore dead oyster reefs in the Indian River Lagoon in Central Florida.

Volunteers helped make oyster shell mats that will eventually be distributed into the Mosquito Lagoon.

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