Sep 10

SeaWorld Guests Donate $1 Million to Preserve Wildlife

by Staff

In just four months, more than $1 million has been pledged to wildlife conservation efforts around the world thanks to vacationing families participating in the new “SeaWorld Cares” program.

The program was launched in April and allowed families to receive a discounted child ticket and have the entire admission price donated to wildlife conservation. Families participating in the program are helping save polar bears in the Arctic, inspiring kids to spend more time outdoors, protecting coral reefs and supporting wildlife projects worldwide.

Jun 06

Taima

by Staff

We are saddened to share that Taima, a 20-year-old killer whale at SeaWorld Orlando, died today from complications associated with the birthing process.

"We are very saddened by this loss,” said Dr. Chris Dold, vice president of veterinary services for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. "Although we understand that complications with pregnancy can occur here, just as they do in the wild, the loss of any animal affects all of us at SeaWorld.”

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Apr 13

Wild Ways to Stay Cool

by Staff

Animals instinctively know how to stay cool in the blazing hot months - even in scorching temperatures. We humans often complain if our air conditioner breaks down on an 80-degree day. So let's take a cue or two from some of our heat-tolerant animal friends you can find at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens.

Apr 12

Get WILD with SeaWorld and Nat Geo Wild on April 24

by Staff

SeaWorld and National Geographic are teaming up to celebrate the launch of a new TV channel - Nat Geo WILD - and you're invited! Be part of one of the biggest cable launches ever as Nat Geo WILD sets up camp at SeaWorld Orlando for a truly wild day. Nat Geo WILD will get viewers closer than ever to wild animals with fascinating original programs and stunning television events. Set against the planet's awe-inspiring places, Nat Geo WILD showcases incredible stories of animals from around the world.

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