After getting off of Pirate Island, Clyde & Seamore have enrolled in school as the new show Clyde & Seamore’s Sea Lion High opened today at SeaWorld Orlando. [Read more…]
All shows must go through some rehearsals before opening to the public. At SeaWorld Orlando, guests are now able to watch the rehearsals for the new Clyde and Seamore show before it officially opens on April 16, 2015. [Read more…]
SeaWorld Orlando announced today that the all-new show “Clyde and Seamore’s Sea Lion High” will begin performances for guests on April 16. [Read more…]
Hosts Banks Lee and Elisa Goldman bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode: [Read more…]
SeaWorld animal trainers in Orlando have their hands full with four baby Asian small-clawed otters. Born just three weeks ago to parents Simon and Sophie, the pups are nursing and will open their eyes in about a week.
Asian small-clawed otters live in the rivers, creeks, estuaries and coastal waters of Southeast Asia, from northern India to southeastern China, the Malay Peninsula and parts of Indonesia. SeaWorld breeds the otters as part of the Association of Zoos and Aquarium’s Species Survival Plan, which aims to preserve, in zoos and aquariums, animals that are threatened or endangered in the wild.