SeaWorld Orlando has begun previewing a new killer whale show that will teach audiences more about one of the ocean’s most powerful predators – “Orca Encounter.”
This new show, which has replaced “One Ocean,” will showcase the importance of play for orcas and go deeper into their hunting techniques. Guests will learn more about the orca in the park’s care, witness natural behaviors, and learn more about them than ever before.
“SeaWorld is excited about our new Killer Whale educational presentation, ‘Orca Encounter.’ Guests will learn about killer whales’ role in the ocean ecosystem, behaviors the animals exhibit in the wild, the importance of conservation to their habitat, and animal welfare practices at SeaWorld. This educational presentation reflects our company’s mission to inspire people and protect the animals and wild wonders of our world through education, research, animal rescue, and conservation,” said SeaWorld Orlando in a statement.
Reserved seating and dining packages are available for this new show, and it will provide some splashes, so be sure you’re prepared.
Showings of Orca Encounter will officially begin on Jan. 1, 2020.
To learn more about Orca Encounter, visit SeaWorld.com/Orlando.