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Tag Archives: oil spill
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
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 … Continue reading