SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassadors can be seen on two national shows on Friday, December 23.
Last week Animal Ambasador Julie Scardina appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Julie introduced Jay to a Bengal tiger cub, a slow loris, Magellanic penguins from SeaWorld San Diego and a pair of rescued turkeys.
On Tuesday, October 25, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassador Chuck Cureau - along with creepy creatures including a Great Horned owl, tarantulas, scorpions, cockroaches and a 13-foot Burmese python - will visit LIVE! with Regis + Kelly, as part of Regis Philbin’s Farewell Celebration Season.
Watch Julie Scardina and “animal lifesavers” from SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Discovery Cove on the Dr. Oz show this Thursday, May 19. Dr. Oz meets penguins, a vulture, a sloth and a camel – and chats with Julie about important medical insights we can learn from animals.
Did you happen to catch the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassadors Tuesday when they visited The Tonight Show with Jay Leno? On her 55th show appearance, Julie Scardina brought some of the parks newest and favorite animals. The lineup of exotic animals included Kasi and Mtani, the cheetah cub and Labrador puppy, Asian small clawed otters, several baby owls and a crocodile monitor.
Tonight, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassador Julie Scardina will be on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” She’ll introduce Jay to some adorable chinstrap penguin chicks from SeaWorld San Antonio. The “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” is broadcast nationally on NBC; check your local listings for more details.
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Join SeaWorld's Angie Llanas as she introduces TODAY's Hoda and Kathie Lee to some of the world's creepiest creatures and graveyard guests, including tarantulas, toads, a python and owls.
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Check out SeaWorld's creepy creatures in the TODAY Show's 4th hour, this morning!
Did you catch the TODAY Show this morning on NBC? SeaWorld took part in Al Roker's annual series, “Lend a Hand TODAY” and donated $12,000 of aquarium equipment and operating software to the Seacoast Science Center for their various aquarium exhibits.