This summer movie season SeaWorld invites you and your family to follow a real life journey during “Turtle: The Incredible Journey.” The movie is a remarkable example of wildlife documentary filmmaking and is being distributed by the newly formed SeaWorld Pictures division in partnership with Hannover House.
SeaWorld Orlando will rehabilitate three more endangered Kemp's Ridley sea turtles from the Gulf of Mexico as facilities in the area continue to clear room for animals in need of treatment due to the oil spill.
Today SeaWorld Orlando is receiving nine endangered Kemp's Ridley sea turtles that have been impacted by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The turtles will arrive at Orlando Executive Airport and then transported to the park's Rescue and Rehabilitation Center. And guess what -- we'll be live tweeting and blogging the entire process.
Nesting season for loggerhead sea turtles has begun in Florida and continues through August. This is critical time period for these endangered animals; often impacted by humans.
SeaWorld returned an endangered baby Hawksbill sea turtle back to nature after a successful recovery stay at the park's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Center.
SeaWorld aquarists released the little turtle several miles off the shore of Jupiter, FL into large areas of seaweed. The seaweed serves as a floating nursery for the hatchling and provides a critical hiding place from predators.
SeaWorld returned three endangered sea turtles - a Kemp's Ridley and two greens - back to nature after a successful recovery stay at the park's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Center. All three turtles were rescued during this winter's “cold-stunned” event when more than 300 hundred chilled turtles wound up at SeaWorld due to the unexpectedly cold and extended winter in the southeastern United States. SeaWorld has released more than 230 of the reptilian refugees back into Florida waters.