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Dr. Dold, the Chief Zoological Officer at SeaWorld, sat down with us for a Q&A session about the new, eye-opening documentary, Escape From Extinction.
We are very excited to announce that seven of our parks have been approved to reopen with capacity limitations and enhanced health and safety protocols.
Jody Westberg, a member of SeaWorld San Diego’s rescue team, explains how humans impact ocean environments and why rescue teams serve as a crucial line of defense for some of marine life’s most insurmountable threats.
On this World Whale Day, SeaWorld remains committed to the preservation and protection of whale populations
SeaWorld joins NOAA, FWC and others in mission to save calf struck by vessel
The Seaworld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund approved an emergency crisis grant for Minton Farm in South Australia
Continually advancing the quality of habitat design, supported by state-of the art science and more than 55 years of animal care expertise.
SeaWorld San Diego is giving a second chance at life to a five-week-old female northern sea otter pup named Cinder, who was orphaned and stranded in Alaska.
SeaWorld Orlando’s Honey Bee Conservation Program was created to provide a haven for bees. Today, the honey they produce is used by the veterinary team to heal rescued and endangered animals up to two million times their size.
Animal Care Specialist Ashley Orcutt offers a behind-the-scenes look at the unique, playful animal behavior of Diego the Dolphin.
Members of the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team took to the road this week to aid a manatee spotted in the upper reaches of the Cooper River in Charleston, S.C
The SeaWorld Rescue Team was called in to aid in the disentanglement of a 25-foot juvenile humpback whale seen off the coast of La Jolla, CA. The whale, estimate to be 1 year old, was spotted approximately 3 miles off the coast with fishing line running through its mouth and entangled around its fluke area.