As the deadly bloom continues to invade Florida’s southwestern coast, rescuers are working around the clock to rescue and rehabilitate exposed Florida manatees.
SeaWorld and local and federal partners give intensive care to most injured marine mammals.
SeaWorld removes plastic straws and shopping bags from the park in an effort to keep plastic out of our oceans. Learn more about what SeaWorld is doing to keep our oceans clean.
Following a comprehensive, third-party audit, we’re proud to be recognized for the treatment of the animals in our care
After months of rehabilitation and care, four young manatees are swimming in their natural environment. Click here to learn more about their rescue, rehabilitation and return!
Remember these guys? They flew to Florida for treatment in December, but today, they’re all better and back in the ocean thanks to the rescue team.
Gale has been on the move for the last two weeks. Click here to learn just how far she's traveled.
It was just one week ago that our Animal Rescue Team returned Gale the rehabilitated pilot whale. Click here to learn where Gale has traveled since her return.
Five partners working together. 38 days of rehabilitation. 140 mile trek out to sea. And a happy ending.
The Rescue Team at SeaWorld Orlando returns a young manatee after healing his boat strike injuries.
Elementary school students donate greens to rescued manatees.
A unique history that brought together a rescued pilot whale and Senior Animal Trainer.