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Category Archives: seaworld
SeaWorld announced today that they will lay off 129 people in their Orlando theme parks. No word on which kind of employees, but one assumes salaried cuts provide the most bang for the buck. Disney reported essentially flat attendance for … Continue reading
Forget Polar Express, holiday orca, sea lion, or Sesame Street shows (though all the above are stellar as usual). It’s not even the enhanced archways of lights and the soap bubble snowfall. The story this year is the Sea of … Continue reading
Last week, SeaWorld Orlando released five endangered Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles – displaced by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico – into the waters of Gullivan Bay near Marco Island, Fl. The area is a natural habitat for … Continue reading
Today the animal care specialists at Seaworld Orlando took in nine endangered Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles from a Gulfport Miss facility. Moving the animals to Central Florida will make room at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies for Sea Turtles … Continue reading
I’m at the Orlando International Airport departing on a business trip. This gives me the opportunity to check out the stores each local theme park makes available to passengers coming and going. These locations are a great place to pick … Continue reading