SeaWorld ready to step in to help animals in Oil Spill

Today on CNN SeaWorld head vet Dr. Christopher Dold addressed the issue of the Gulf oil spill. Dr. Dold presented three animals native to the Gulf area, a pelican, alligator, and a spoonbill, explaining exactly how these species will be affected by the disaster — and how SeaWorld is prepared to help.

Here’s a bit of the video from CNN:

My sources tell me that SeaWorld’s animal rescue and care team has requested permission from the Federal Government to assist in animal rescue for animals trapped and injured by the Gulf Oil Spill. Let’s hope that approval comes soon.

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