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    Mom and Baby Killer Whale

    Killer whales Kalia and her daughter Amaya swim together at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Shamu Stadium. Kalia gave birth to the calf in December of 2014, marking the seventh successful killer whale calf birth at SeaWorld San Diego.

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    Dolphin Connection

    SeaWorld® San Diego guests enjoy a dolphin connection at the park’s Dolphin Point attraction. Dolphin connection experiences are scheduled throughout the day and are free with park admission. 

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  • Dolphin Days

    Dolphin Days

    SeaWorld® San Diego’s Dolphin Days show combines high-energy animal behaviors with a close-up look at SeaWorld’s bottlenose dolphins (pictured here) and pilot whales and the relationship they have with their trainers.

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  • Dolphin Days

    Dolphin Days

    SeaWorld® San Diego’s Dolphin Days show combines high-energy animal behaviors with a close-up look at SeaWorld’s dolphins (like the one pictured here) and pilot whales and the relationship they have with their trainers.

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  • Dolphin Interaction Program

    Dolphin Interaction Program

    During SeaWorld® San Diego’s Dolphin Interaction Program, participants get an amazing in-water experience with bottlenose dolphins in the pool at Dolphin Point.

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    Explorers Reef

    As soon as guests arrive at SeaWorld® San Diego, they are immediately immersed into a world under the sea, where they can reach in and touch white-spotted bamboo sharks (pictured here) as well as cleaner fish, rays and other marine life in four state-of-the-art touch pools.   

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    Manta

    Manta is SeaWorld® San Diego’s double-launch, multi-media roller coaster. This mega-attraction also features a 100,000-gallon aquarium where guests can touch and feed California bat rays. 

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    Mom and Baby Dolphin

    Mom and baby Atlantic bottlenose dolphins swim alongside one another at SeaWorld® San Diego. The marine park has one of the best marine mammal breeding programs in the world, with more than 80 successful births in its 52-year history.

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    Otter Outlook

    A California sea otter swims at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Otter Outlook habitat. SeaWorld cares for several young otters as part of the Sea Otter Research and Conservation program, coordinated with Monterey Bay Aquarium and other marine-life organizations.

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    Pacific Point

    California sea lions (like the one pictured here) are on display at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Pacific Point attraction. Guests can purchase fish and feed the animals at the attraction, which also features harbor seals.

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    Penguin Chicks

    An aviculturist at SeaWorld® San Diego feeds Adélie penguin chicks in a behind-the-scenes nursery at the park’s Penguin Encounter®. SeaWorld has one of the most successful penguin breeding programs in the world, with more than 500 chicks hatched since 1980 at the San Diego marine park. 

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    Penguin Encounter

    Penguins enjoy snow at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Penguin Encounter®. Every day, keepers clean the habitat and provide fresh snow for more than 350 penguins that live in this 25-degree habitat. In addition to emperor penguins (the largest birds shown in the photo), the habitat is also home to gentoo, Adélie, macaroni and king penguins.  

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    Penguin Encounter

    A gentoo penguin swims in its 40-degree, 148,000-gallon pool at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Penguin Encounter®, which is home to more than 350 penguins representing five species; gentoo, Adélie, macaroni, king and emperor.  

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    SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

    A California sea lion is washed and de-oiled at SeaWorld San Diego's Oiled Wildlife Care Center. SeaWorld took in and cared for a total of 62 marine mammals affected by the Refugio Beach oil spill, which occurred in May of 2015.

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    SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

    SeaWorld® San Diego Curator of Mammals Keith Yip assists a rescued California sea lion. Since 2013, the marine park’s Rescue Team has taken in an unprecedented number of sea lion pups affected by a UME (Unusual Mortality Event) rescued from beaches in San Diego County. The goal of SeaWorld’s rescue program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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    SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

    After months of rehabilitation at SeaWorld® San Diego, California sea lions are returned back into the ocean as part of the park’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program.  SeaWorld San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 16,000 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last five decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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    SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

    California sea lion pups (shown here at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Animal Rescue Center) are stranding along California’s coastline in record numbers since 2013 when a UME (Unusual Mortality Event) was declared. The goal of SeaWorld’s rescue program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life. 

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    Sea Lions LIVE

    During SeaWorld® San Diego’s hilarious Sea Lions LIVE show, O.P. Otter (an Asian small-clawed river otter pictured here) wreaks havoc while California sea lions Clyde® and Seamore® poke fun at popular TV shows. 

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    Sea Lions LIVE

    Clyde® the California sea lion is one of the stars of SeaWorld® San Diego’s hilarious Sea Lions LIVE show, which pokes fun at popular TV shows. 

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    SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

    A rescued common dolphin is returned to the ocean after extensive rehabilitative care at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Animal Rescue Center. Rescuers created a flotation device for the young dolphin because he could not swim on his own. The dolphin gradually gained strength and began to swim on his own, enabling him to be returned to the ocean for a second chance at life. SeaWorld® San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 16,000 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last five decades. 

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    SeaWorld Camp

    During camp programs at SeaWorld® San Diego, campers (including these Boy Scouts) learn about amazing animals such as the polar bear (pictured here) at Wild Arctic®.  Whether it’s Resident Camp, Day Camp or a one-night Sleepover, kids can discover firsthand how to care for SeaWorld animals.

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    SeaWorld Sleepovers

    During SeaWorld® Sleepovers, campers get to spend the night in some of the park’s most amazing animal habitats, including Turtle Reef (pictured here). Whether it’s Resident Camp, Day Camp or a one-night Sleepover, kids can discover firsthand how to care for SeaWorld animals.

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    Shark Encounter

    At SeaWorld® San Diego’s Shark Encounter®, guests can see 10 species of sharks as they swim all around them in their 280,000-gallon habitat. The Shark Encounter also includes a 57-foot-long, walk-through acrylic tube that runs the length of the habitat.  

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    Shark Encounter

    At SeaWorld® San Diego’s Shark Encounter®, guests see 10 species of sharks (including the sandtigers pictured here) as they swim in their 280,000-gallon habitat.  The Shark Encounter also includes a 57-foot-long, walk-through acrylic tube that runs the length of the habitat.  

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    Shipwreck Rapids

    Adventurers enjoy a wet and wild ride on SeaWorld® San Diego’s Shipwreck Rapids®.  

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    Turtle Reef

    Green sea turtles (like the one pictured here) are part of SeaWorld® San Diego’s Turtle Reef, which also features thousands of tropical fish, an interactive game, and an educational touch-screen map where guests can track turtles in the wild.  

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    Wild Arctic

    SeaWorld® San Diego’s Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including Pacific walruses (like the ones pictured here). Wild Arctic also features beluga whales, harbor seals and a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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    Wild Arctic

    SeaWorld® San Diego’s Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including beluga whales (like the one pictured here). Guests can view the beluga whales from above- and below-water viewing windows, or they can reserve a Beluga Interaction Program and get in the water with the marine mammals. Wild Arctic also features polar bears, walruses, harbor seals and a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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    Wild Arctic

    SeaWorld® San Diego’s Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including beluga whales. Guests can view the beluga whales from above- and below-water viewing windows, or they can reserve a Beluga Interaction Program (pictured here) and get in the water with the marine mammals. Wild Arctic also features polar bears, walruses, harbor seals and a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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    Wild Arctic

    SeaWorld® San Diego’s Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including Pacific walruses (like the one pictured here). Wild Arctic also features beluga whales, harbor seals and a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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