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SeaWorld Announces its 36,000th Animal Rescue; a Testament to an Enduring Commitment to Protect Wildlife
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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.
With approximately 411 whales remaining, time is running out for this iconic species.
Molly is a practicing veterinarian who completed a year-long aquatic veterinary internship at SeaWorld San Diego and the National Marine Mammal Foundation.
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.
Last year, the number of southern residents in existence plunged to a 35-year low. SeaWorld is offering expert veterinary support and forwarding critical conservation research to save the population.
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.
SeaWorld San Antonio debuts a first of its kind biofiltration system in a zoological setting, planting wetlands to help filter animal waste and teach guests about the balance of diverse ecosystems.
SeaWorld’s no-plastic-straws policy surprised one visiting third grade teacher, until she discovered the impact plastic straws truly have on the environment.
Meet The Next Generation Taking Action with SeaWorld.
It is estimated that trillions of pieces of plastics, including polystyrene foam products, litter the environment and our oceans today. In an effort to help protect marine wildlife, SeaWorld is switching to dinnerware products made from 100% recycled material in all 12 of its parks.