Jul 21

An Underwater Interview? It Can Be Done at SeaWorld San Diego's Turtle Reef

by Staff

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?

Television Crew Underwater at SeaWorld San Diego's Turtle reef

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.

Filming news crew underwater interview at SeaWorld San Diego

All totaled, the two shared this unique story with 15 television programs, showcasing SeaWorld San Diego to millions of viewers.