The animal experts at SeaWorld are always eager to share our story of conservation and animal care, especially when we have a new attraction that supports our mission. But why settle for a regular media interview when you can conduct one from the depths of a 300,000 gallon aquarium?
That’s what SeaWorld San Diego aquarists Mike Price and Christa Miller did when the park hosted
a series of underwater media interviews this past Wednesday.
From Boston to Baltimore – Las Vegas to LA - Sacramento to Salt Lake City – our submerged spokespeople shared information about the park’s new Turtle Reef attraction, the recent release of SeaWorld Pictures first film, “Turtle: The Incredible Journey”, and also discussed why sea turtles are in peril, what SeaWorld is doing, and what we can all do to help. Green and hawksbill sea turtles – some as big as 300 pounds - and thousands of tropical fish cruised by the watery studio.
All totaled, the two shared this unique story with 15 television programs, showcasing SeaWorld San Diego to millions of viewers.