SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Experience FAQs
SeaWorld wild animal rescue teams are on call 24/7/365 to rescue ill, injured, or orphaned marine life and provide them with the expert care they need. We partner with multiple government agencies, conservationists, stranding networks, and zoological facilities to provide this vital service.
Absolutely! Kids love the behind-the-scenes look at our wild animal rescue teams and facilities. Kids are fascinated by the marine wildlife we rescue, how we care for them, and our work to release them back into the wild.
There are many excellent animal presentations at SeaWorld that provide unique opportunities to see the animals in action. But our interactive animal experiences and tours let you get close-up with insider access and information.
Yes, the primary goal of SeaWorld wild animal rescue is to rehabilitate injuries and then release healthy animals back into the wild. Any animals that cannot recover fully for release are given life-long care.
See manatees and sea turtles among others on this wild animal rescue tour at SeaWorld. We take in ill, injured, and orphaned marine life to rehabilitate the animals and return them to the wild.