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SeaWorld’s less famous animals
When someone says “SeaWorld Orlando” to you, do you instantly think of Shamu the killer whale, the dolphins or the sealion show? You probably do not realise that there are actually a lot more animals at SeaWorld other than the obvious choices. Below is a small taster of some of the extra attractions on view. Manatee Rescue
SeaWorld has rescued all of the Manatees you will see in this exhibit and those that recover are eventually returned back into their natural habitat. Learn how the Manatees live and also how we can all help them from becoming extinct. Pacific Point Preserve
Visit the California sea lions and harbour seals at Pacific Point Preserve. The setting recreates the Northern Pacific coastline. Buy some fish and feed them, they are very entertaining and can certainly make a lot of noise! ! Penguin Encounter
It’s lovely and chilly in here and great for cooling off on a hot day. Guests can ride the moving walkway or stand further back to watch the many species of comical penguins both above and below the water. Their home is a frozen wonderland of rocky cliffs and icy waters. Shark Encounter
As you travel along the moving walkway down a sixty-foot long, acrylic underwater tunnel, you will find yourself just inches away from eels, barracudas and sharks. Dolphin Nursery
The dolphin nursery is a small pool where you can view the newly born dolphins with their mums. One of the best times to visit is in the morning or late afternoon when feeding time takes place. Dolphin Cove
Feed the dolphins at Dolphin Cove, a 700, 000-gallon lagoon that is home to several Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. The cove features a sandy beach, two-foot high waves and a coral reef. Visit the dolphins in the underwater viewing area where you can see them swimming and playing with each other. Stingray Lagoon
Stingray Lagoon is located in Key West at SeaWorld and is the home to two hundred stingrays. Some of them are enormous, up to five feet across. Here guests can feed the stingrays and best of all are allowed to touch them if you are so inclined! Turtle Point
Visit the huge turtles in Key West in their natural lagoon. More than 300 turtles have been rescued by SeaWorld and then re-habilitated. These have ranged from tiny hatchlings to four-foot long leatherbacks. Clydesdale Hamlet
SeaWorld’s famous Budweiser Clydesdales are certainly worth a visit. Guests are able to have their photographs taken with these huge horses and during the day you might see them parading through the park. Don’t forget to visit next door for your free Budweiser beer!
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