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30,000 Rescues – that’s more than one rescue every day for over 50 years, and more than 4 rescues each and every day since 2010 alone!
There is sad news from the West Coast of the U.S. According to reports, a wild juvenile orca within the Southern Resident pod has died from malnutrition.
Meet The Next Generation Pledging To Taking Action with SeaWorld.
Throughout its history, SeaWorld supported a number of conservation organizations with expert knowledge and resources.
Today, it is estimated that approximately 5,000,000,000,000 (yes, trillion) pieces of plastic litter our oceans. Everything from plastic bags, to fishing wire, and straws. Not only has this created a massive problem regarding the health of our oceans and water quality but it has also created a tremendous threat to the animals that inhabit it.
Our purpose is to inspire people to protect animals and the wild wonders of our world. Educating and inspiring future generations is critical to the survival of our planet, and we can all do our part to make a difference.
Remember that plastic bottle that fell out of your car, or the plastic bag that got away from you at the grocery store? Maybe you forgot to throw away your fishing line after a day on the water. To you these ordinary items may be a single piece of litter - that you swear you’ll pick up next time. But to many marine mammals these items can be life threatening.
SeaWorld introduced new, inspiring, natural orca encounters as part of our ongoing commitment to education, marine science research and the rescue of marine animals. SeaWorld’s orcas continue to live at the parks’ state-of-the-art habitats where they inspire millions of guests each year to take action with SeaWorld to protect wild animals and the places they live.
SeaWorld San Diego just received an incredible honor, and we could not be more proud!
What was once just a swim at Discovery Cove in Orlando is now an opportunity to connect to the world’s oceans by supporting a conservation research program that aims to protect the planet’s most fragile ocean reefs - Rising Tide Conservation.
Right now there are 100 to 150 juvenile yellow tangs, ranging in age from 70 to 90 days old, happily swimming in their tanks - and the best part? There are more are on the way! Why is that a big deal you ask? Let’s take a step back… Where did all of these yellow tang come from?
From the food we eat to the air we breathe, nearly all life on this planet depends on our ocean. That means conserving and caring for the sea and the animals living in it begins at home—even if home is miles away from the ocean. Just start somewhere. From using less water at home to knowing more about the fish you eat to keeping trash out of our waterways—which all lead to our one ocean—little actions can make a big difference.