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Do sharks eat dolphins? Can dolphins kill sharks? This age-old rivalry of shark vs. dolphin takes an unexpected turn with the 10 reasons why sharks are afraid of dolphins, click here to read more!
Whisper, a 20-year-old beluga whale at the Georgia Aquarium gave birth to a calf on Sunday, May 17. Whisper moved from SeaWorld Orlando to Georgia Aquarium early last year.
Oliver and Grayson are our beluga whales who live at Wild Arctic. In honor of National Whale Day, we learned more about these adorable guys from the team who knows them best – their Animal Care Specialists!
What eats stingrays? What do stingrays eat? Answers to these questions and more are in these stingray facts for kids. Learn more about our stingrays at SeaWorld Orlando and visit them today!
Curious about penguins? Learn about where they live, what they eat and how to visit them in person at SeaWorld Orlando! Click here for fun penguin facts!
Looking for fun facts about dolphins and whales? Click here to learn about the differences and similarities between dolphins and whales.
Learn about all the different ways dolphins interact and communicate with each other. Read more about our amazing dolphins and visit us at Discovery Cove!
Sharks are some of the ocean’s biggest stars – and there’s so many ways to appreciate them at SeaWorld Orlando. Use this downloadable checklist to learn more about the park’s shark-studded experiences.
Why is shark conservation important? If sharks were to disappear, the ocean food chain would become unbalanced, causing detrimental environmental changes and consequences. Thankfully, there are easy ways that you can help save sharks.
Learn more about our thrilling Shark Swim Encounter at Discovery Cove! To swim with sharks in Orlando, Florida, click here for more information!
Learn interesting shark facts about a few different species at SeaWorld Orlando and stop by Shark Encounter to check them out at today!
What is a baby bottlenose dolphin called? How much do they weigh? Find the answers to questions like these and much more from SeaWorld Orlando’s Dolphin Nursery here.
Everything from what jellyfish eat, to where jellyfish live, these 10 jellyfish facts for kids are sure to be a sting.
Learn why shark teeth turn black, how long they take to fossilize, why you’ll never find baby food for sharks and more.
Two dolphins at each of our parks are sporting “dummy tags” so they are comfortable when researchers begin collecting important data on dolphin movements later this year using digital devices.