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SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular

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Young trick-or-treaters can take home a memento of their special day by posing for pictures in the Mermaid Grotto during SeaWorld's Halloween Spooktacular®. The family-friendly event is included with park admission and runs Sept. 27 and 28 and weekends in October 2014.

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SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular

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Clyde & Seamore’s Spooky Adventure is a specially-themed show where California sea lions Clyde® and Seamore® go on a madcap adventure to Uncle Schmedley’s Castle. It’s all part of SeaWorld's Halloween Spooktacular®, which is included with park admission and runs Sept. 27 and 28 and weekends in October 2014.

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SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular

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Guests can visit with the Pumpkin Princess and her friends among this unique and colorful sea-inspired pumpkin patch, where kids can try pumpkin painting and pose for photos. It’s all part of SeaWorld's Halloween Spooktacular®, which is included with park admission and runs Sept. 27 and 28 and weekends in October 2014.

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SeaWorld's 50th Celebration

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SeaWorld's 50th Celebration sculpture lets SeaWorld® San Diego guests know they've arrived and that a special celebration is under way. SeaWorld's 50th Celebration, featuring a Sea of Surprises, officially kicks off March 21 and continues for 18 months at all three SeaWorld parks. After guests pass under the 100-foot-long iconic wave at SeaWorld San Diego, they encounter Explorer's Reef™, where kids of all ages, and adults, are encouraged to reach in and connect with marine life, including sharks, rays, cleaner fish and more.

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Explorer's Reef

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Kids of all ages, and adults, will be encouraged to reach in and connect with marine life (including white-spotted bamboo sharks as pictured here) at Explorer's Reef™, SeaWorld® San Diego's new arrival experience scheduled to open on March 21, 2014 just in time for SeaWorld's 50th Celebration. In addition to four freshwater and saltwater touch pools (with sharks, rays, horseshoe crabs and cleaner fish that guests can touch) Explorer's Reef will also feature a stunning wave structure that guests will pass under and a beach-themed concierge-style ticketing area.

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Explorer's Reef

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White-spotted bamboo sharks are among the species of marine animals that kids of all ages will be encouraged to reach in and connect with at Explorer's Reef™, SeaWorld® San Diego's new arrival experience. Scheduled to open on March 21, 2014 just in time for SeaWorld's 50th Celebration, Explorer's Reef will feature four freshwater and saltwater touch pools (with sharks, rays, horseshoe crabs and cleaner fish), as well as a stunning wave structure that guests will pass under and a beach-themed concierge-style ticketing area.

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Explorer's Reef

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Kids of all ages, and adults, will be encouraged to reach in and connect with marine life at Explorer's Reef™, SeaWorld® San Diego's new arrival experience scheduled to open on March 21, 2014 just in time for SeaWorld's 50th Celebration. In addition to four freshwater and saltwater touch pools (with sharks, rays, horseshoe crabs and cleaner fish that guests can touch) Explorer's Reef will also feature a stunning wave structure that guests will pass under and a beach-themed concierge-style ticketing area.

Photo credit: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld® San Diego

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Dolphin Lagoon Show

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Treasure Isle was the name of one of the early dolphin shows at SeaWorld® San Diego. Performed in 1972 at what was then called Lagoon Stadium (now Cirque Stadium, where Cirque de la Mer is performed in the summer). On March 21 of this year, SeaWorld's 50th Celebration Featuring a Sea of Surprises™ will kick off at all three SeaWorld parks (including Orlando, Fla. and San Antonio). The 18-month festivities will feature new interactive experiences, shows and pathway performances, even more up-close animal encounters throughout the park and the SeaWorld Surprise Squad treating guests with prizes every day.

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Spooky Kooky Castle

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SeaWorld® trainers Julie Scardina (left) and Suzanne Morgan (right) starred with Clyde the California sea lion (center!) in one of SeaWorld's most popular sea lion and otter shows, Spooky Kooky Castle, which ran from 1989 to 1991. Scardina and Morgan still work at SeaWorld: Scardina is corporate director of animal training and Morgan is a supervisor on the marine mammal team. On March 21 of this year, SeaWorld's 50th Celebration Featuring a Sea of Surprises™ will kick off at all three SeaWorld parks (including Orlando, Fla. and San Antonio). The 18-month festivities will feature new interactive experiences, shows and pathway performances, even more up-close animal encounters throughout the park and the SeaWorld Surprise Squad treating guests with prizes every day.

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SeaWorld's Original Entrance

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From 1964 to 1987, one of the most recognized icons of SeaWorld® was the A-frame entrance. This area is now where Shamu Stadium is, and SeaWorld's new arrival experience, called Explorer's Reef™, is set to open on March 21, 2014, in time for the park's 50th Celebration. Featuring a Sea of Surprises™ this 18-month extravaganza will feature new interactive experiences, shows and pathway performances, even more up-close animal encounters throughout the park and the SeaWorld Surprise Squad treating guests with prizes every day.

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Baby Shamu

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Mom and baby killer whale swim together at SeaWorld® San Diego's Shamu Stadium. Kasatka, a killer whale who is approximately 37 years old, gave birth to the calf (a boy) on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 under the watchful eyes of SeaWorld's zoological team. The calf's name is Makani, which is Hawaiian for "the wind."

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Dine With Shamu

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During Dine With Shamu® at SeaWorld® San Diego, guests enjoy a buffet meal at tables alongside the pool featuring SeaWorld's family of killer whales.

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One Ocean

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Shamu® and friends are the stars of SeaWorld® San Diego's One Ocean® show, which includes spectacular whale behaviors, thrilling high-energy leaps and multiple whales performing simultaneously. At the core of the show is the unifying message that both animals and humans are part of one world, with one ocean, and its future is in our hands to cherish and protect.

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One Ocean

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Shamu® and friends are the stars of SeaWorld® San Diego's One Ocean® show, which includes spectacular whale behaviors, thrilling high-energy leaps and multiple whales performing simultaneously. At the core of the show is the unifying message that both animals and humans are part of one world, with one ocean, and its future is in our hands to cherish and protect.

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One Ocean

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Starring world-famous Shamu® the killer whale, SeaWorld® San Diego's One Ocean® show includes spectacular whale behaviors and thrilling high-energy leaps. At the core of the show is the unifying message that both animals and humans are part of one world, with one ocean, and its future is in our hands to cherish and protect.

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Shamu's Underwater Viewing

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Guests can get a whale's eye view of killer whales at SeaWorld® San Diego's Shamu's Underwater Viewing. With specially designed observation decks and a panoramic underwater viewing gallery, the opportunities for close-up observation of these magnificent marine mammals are unsurpassed.

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Madagascar Live! Operation: Vacation

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Madagascar Live! Operation: Vacation, an original live musical show featuring the characters from DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc.’s beloved “Madagascar” franchise, will debut at SeaWorld® San Diego’s Mission Bay Theater on June 15, 2013.

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Madagascar Live! Operation: Vacation

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Madagascar Live! Operation: Vacation, an original live musical show featuring the characters from DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc.'s beloved "Madagascar" franchise, is SeaWorld San Diego's newest show, playing year-round at Mission Bay Theater.

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Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark

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WooHoo Falls® at Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark™ features a choice of three water slides with speedy twists and turns, including one in the dark for those up to the challenge. Aquatica San Diego, located nearby in Chula Vista, is open daily through Sept. 2 and weekends only Sept. 7 through Oct. 20.

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Penguin Encounter

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Macaroni penguins are among five Antarctic and sub-Antarctic species that call SeaWorld® San Diego's Penguin Encounter® home. More than 300 penguins (representing gentoo, Adélie, macaroni, king and emperor) live in this 25-degree, snow-filled habitat. In 2013, SeaWorld celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Penguin Encounter, the only zoological organization in the Western Hemisphere with an emperor breeding colony.

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Penguin Encounter

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Emperor penguins are among five Antarctic and sub-Antarctic species that call SeaWorld® San Diego's Penguin Encounter® home. More than 300 penguins (representing gentoo, Adélie, macaroni, king and emperor) live in this 25-degree, snow-filled habitat. In 2013, SeaWorld celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Penguin Encounter, the only zoological organization in the Western Hemisphere with an emperor breeding colony.

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Turtle Reef

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SeaWorld® San Diego guests get a turtle's eye view of the park's Turtle Reef attraction, featuring more than 40 threatened green sea turtles in a 280,000-gallon aquarium. The attraction also features thousands of tropical fish, an interactive game, and an educational touch-screen map where guests can track turtles in the wild, and a ride.

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Turtle Reef

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Green sea turtles (like the ones pictured here) are part of SeaWorld® San Diego's Turtle Reef, which also features thousands of tropical fish, an interactive game, and an educational touch-screen map where guests can track turtles in the wild, and a ride.

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Turtle Reef

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Green sea turtles (like the ones pictured here) are part of SeaWorld® San Diego's Turtle Reef, which also features thousands of tropical fish, an interactive game, and an educational touch-screen map where guests can track turtles in the wild, and a ride.

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Manta

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Manta®, SeaWorld® San Diego’s new mega attraction featuring a 100,000-gallon aquarium with rays and fishes, also features a double-launch, multi-media roller coaster.

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Manta

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Manta®, SeaWorld® San Diego’s new mega attraction featuring a 100,000-gallon aquarium with rays and fishes, also features a double-launch, multi-media roller coaster.

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Manta

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Manta®, SeaWorld® San Diego’s new mega attraction featuring a 100,000-gallon aquarium with rays and fishes, also features a double-launch, multi-media roller coaster.

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Blue Horizons

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During Blue Horizons® — a spectacular SeaWorld® San Diego show featuring dolphins, pilot whales, exotic birds and aerialists — trainers perform alongside bottlenose dolphins.

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Blue Horizons

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Blue Horizons® is SeaWorld® San Diego's spectacular show featuring energetic pilot whales (pictured) plus dolphins, exotic birds and aerial performers.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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SeaWorld® San Diego's bird department, part of "Team Clapper Rail," helped release endangered light-footed clapper rails into a San Diego marshland in 2012. Team Clapper Rail has released more than 300 birds as part of a 12-year breeding program coordinated by SeaWorld San Diego, the Living Coast Discovery Center and the San Diego Zoo's Safari Park.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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A California sea otter pup is cared for round the clock by a SeaWorld® animal care specialist as part of the park’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld San Diego cares for several young otters as part of the Sea Otter Research and Conservation program, coordinated with Monterey Bay Aquarium and other marine-life organizations.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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A brown pelican is given a thorough exam as part of SeaWorld's Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld® San Diego's animal specialists have rescued more than 6,500 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last four decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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California sea lion pups are cared for round the clock by SeaWorld® animal care specialists as part of the park’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 6,500 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last four decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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SeaWorld® animal care specialists rescue a malnourished northern elephant seal as part of the park’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 6,500 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last four decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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A California sea lion pup is returned back into the ocean as part of SeaWorld's Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld® San Diego's animal specialists have rescued more than 6,500 animals that were ill, injured or stranded. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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An olive ridley turtle is treated at SeaWorld® as part of the park’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 6,500 animals that were ill, injured or stranded. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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SeaWorld Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program

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SeaWorld® animal care specialists return an olive ridley turtle to the ocean as part of the park’s Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Program. SeaWorld San Diego’s animal specialists have rescued more than 6,500 animals that were ill, injured or stranded over the last four decades. The goal of the program is to return rehabilitated animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.

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Dolphin connection

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SeaWorld® San Diego guests enjoy a dolphin connection at the park's Dolphin Point attraction. Dolphin connection experiences are scheduled throughout the day and are free with park admission.

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Dolphin Interaction Program

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During SeaWorld® San Diego's Dolphin Interaction Program, participants get an amazing in-water experience with bottlenose dolphins in the pool at Dolphin Point.

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Mom and Baby Dolphin

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Mom and baby Atlantic bottlenose dolphins swim alongside one another at SeaWorld® San Diego. The marine-life park has one of the best marine mammal breeding programs in the world, with 78 successful births in its 48-year history.

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Shark Encounter

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At SeaWorld® San Diego's 280,000-gallon Shark Encounter, guests see 10 species of sharks as they swim all around them in a 57-foot-long, walk-through acrylic tube that runs the length of the shark's habitat.

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Sea Lions LIVE

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During SeaWorld® San Diego's hilarious Sea Lions LIVE show, California sea lions Clyde® (pictured) and Seamore® poke fun at popular TV shows.

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Animal Connections

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Peanut, an American beaver rescued in British Columbia and taken in by SeaWorld® San Diego for long-term care, can be seen at the park's Animal Connections. SeaWorld trainers take some of the animals — including African crested porcupines and an Asian water monitor — on impromptu walks near the area to interact with guests.

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Clean the Bay Day

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In 2012, SeaWorld® San Diego teamed up with San Diego Coastkeeper for the inaugural Mission Possible: Clean the Bay Day in 2012. More than 140 participants took part, collecting 433 pounds of debris from in and around Mission Bay.

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Pole to Pole Fun Run

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SeaWorld's second annual Pole to Pole Fun Run, which takes place at the marine-life park and includes animal appearances along the pathways of the route, will take place April 20, 2013. The goal of the Pole to Pole Fun Run is to raise awareness for and to support conservation efforts from the North to the South Pole. This year's run will benefit Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute.

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Rady Children's Hospital

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Patients from Rady Children's Hospital get the unique opportunity to enter the watery world of a dolphin during SeaWorld® San Diego's Dolphin Interaction Program (DIP). The special DIP for patients takes place each year, leading up to a fundraising walk each year to benefit the life-saving efforts of Rady Children's.

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SeaWorld Camp

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Campers learn all about marine animals (including sea turtles) as part of SeaWorld® San Diego Camp. Whether it's Resident Camp, Day Camp or a one-night Sleepover, kids can discover firsthand how to care for SeaWorld animals.

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SeaWorld Camp

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Campers get to interact with Humboldt penguins as part of SeaWorld® San Diego Camp. Whether it's Resident Camp, Day Camp or a one-night Sleepover, kids can discover firsthand how to care for SeaWorld animals.

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SeaWorld Tours

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SeaWorld® San Diego offers a variety of behind-the-scenes tours, including the Wild Arctic Up-Close Tour, where participants get to meet a beluga whale.

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SeaWorld Aquariums

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Klutzinger Wrasse are part of SeaWorld® San Diego's aquarium collection. Nearly 6,000 fishes representing 556 species found around the globe are featured throughout the park.

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Interacting with rays

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Manta®, a new double-launch coaster at SeaWorld® San Diego, also features a shallow pool where guests can touch and feed bat rays.

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Journey to Atlantis aquarium

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The aquarium at Journey to Atlantis® features an underwater view of cownose rays (pictured here) as well as spotted eagle rays, southern stingrays, California leopard sharks and other marine-life species in this 135,000-gallon, Atlantis-themed aquarium.

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Journey to Atlantis aquarium

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The aquarium at Journey to Atlantis® features an underwater view of spotted eagle rays (like the one pictured here), as well as cownose rays, southern stingrays, California leopard sharks and other marine-life species in this 135,000-gallon, Atlantis-themed aquarium.

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Pets Rule!

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Pets Rule!® is an amazing show at SeaWorld® San Diego that features domestic animals (including dogs) who take charge and show humans who's the boss. Pets Rule! is one of the largest shows in the country to feature primarily shelter-adopted animals.

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Wild Arctic

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SeaWorld® San Diego's Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including beluga whales (pictured here), polar bears, harbor seals and walruses. Wild Arctic also features a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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Beluga Interaction Program

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SeaWorld® San Diego offers a Beluga Interaction Program, where participants don wet suits and enter the water to touch, feed and interact with these amazing marine mammals.

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Wild Arctic

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SeaWorld® San Diego's Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including polar bears (like the one pictured here), beluga whales, harbor seals and walruses. Wild Arctic also features a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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Wild Arctic

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SeaWorld® San Diego's Wild Arctic® attraction features encounters with several arctic species, including harbor seals (like the one pictured here), polar bears, beluga whales and walruses. Wild Arctic also features a simulated jet helicopter ride.

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Flock of flamingos

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SeaWorld® San Diego is home to two flocks of Carribean flamingos: one that is on display at the park's mega attraction Manta® and another that parades along the pathways of the park daily.

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Journey to Atlantis

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Journey to Atlantis® is SeaWorld® San Diego's thrilling water coaster, featuring twists and turns, and a splashy, 60-foot plunge.

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Shipwreck Rapids

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Adventurers enjoy a wet and wild ride on SeaWorld® San Diego's Shipwreck Rapids®.

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Elmo's Flying Fish

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Elmo's Flying Fish is one of three family-friendly rides at SeaWorld San Diego's Sesame Street® Bay of Play®.

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