Know Our Stars

Beluga Whales

The gentle, mysterious beluga whale is one of our park’s most sociable animals.

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Bottlenose Dolphins

Animals of extraordinary wonder and inspiration, bottlenose dolphins are one of the most familiar and popular marine mammals.

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Flamingos

Stunning coloration and a peculiar appearance make flamingos a popular SeaWorld sight.

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Killer Whales

Killer whales cooperate like a team to raise families, find food and protect the pod. Each pod has a strong leader, usually an adult female, and every member has a role.

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Manatees

Their paddlelike tails and foreflippers give Manatees an unusual appearance, but their uniqueness is much more than skin deep.

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Sharks

Sharks are fascinating and misunderstood predators vital to the oceans’ survival.

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California Sea Lions

Extremely vocal and social California sea lions are a common sight off California’s coast.

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Penguins

Penguins are charismatic birds impeccably adapted for life at sea.

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Harbor Seals

Often confused for sea lions, harbor seals have short front flippers and a mottled fur coat.

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Polar Bears

Polar bears are superior predators of the Arctic, threatened by a disappearing habitat.

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Asian Small-Clawed Otters

The tiny Asian small-clawed otters use their unique scent and piercing vocalizations to communicate.

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Rays

Bat rays are graceful, flattened fishes that find refuge under the sandy or muddy ocean floor.

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Sea Turtles

Exquisite and seemingly archaic marine reptiles, sea turtles face many challenges to survival both in the ocean and on land.

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Walruses

Walruses are robust marine mammals equipped with tusks used for defense, dominance, and pulling their massive bodies onto ice.

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Pelicans

Learn more about Pelicans and where you can see them at SeaWorld.

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Parrots

Coming in all different colors and sizes, parrots are some of the most vibrant members of our bird family.

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