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This is the true story about SeaWorld that activists don't want you to see.

Watch as trainers, veterinarians and other zoological professionals set the record straight.
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I have no words that was so amazing
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Hey there, cute stuff! These pups are some of the sea lions that were rehabilitated and returned by SeaWorld during the #2015SeaLionCrisis. #365DaysOfRescue
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I hope they live long and happy lives!
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To return this rescued 800+ lb. manatee to the wild, a team from SeaWorld, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Sea to Shore Alliance partnered together. #365DaysOfRescue
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Watch this incredible video of SeaWorld treating a rescued bird with a hook stick in its throat! #365DaysOfRescue
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That's Gotta Hurt. Good Work SW.
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SeaWorld San Diego is helping to clean, and care for, an oil-affected sea lion pup. #SantaBarbaraOilSpill
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yes thank you very much. i love animals so much that it hurts my heart when i hear that animals are being affeted by the oil spills and other causes
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Wondering why this mother manatee is wearing a wetsuit?
Watch to find out why our Animal Rescue Team provided this during her rescue and rehabilitation!
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Cool Style LOL
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This adorable harbor seal pup was nicknamed Jaws. Why such a scary name? She was brought to SeaWorld with a broken lower jaw, and was unable to eat. Without the medical intervention from SeaWorld, she would not have survived. Thankfully, Jaws recovered well and was returned to the ocean! #365DaysOfRescue
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Awww im in love with the seal!
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Watch this to learn the truth about the water in SeaWorld’s animal habitats. It has less chlorine than the water you use to brush your teeth, take a shower or even drink!

Have a question of your own? Learn more at http://www.AskSeaWorld.com.
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I'm Not Your Friend And I'm Here To Defend My Childhood. (Which SW Played A Major Role In.)
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Meet Solstice! She is an endangered olive ridley sea turtle that was rescued and taken to the Oregon Coast Aquarium. After she was stabilized, Solstice was transported to SeaWorld, where she is completing her rehabilitation to be returned to the wild. #365DaysOfRescue
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Omg!! I love sea turtles!!! Hi Solstice!!:)
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SeaWorld Orlando’s Animal Rescue Team returned a male manatee after a successful rehabilitation. He was found suffering from injuries from a watercraft strike. Through the use of antibiotics and nutritional assistance, the manatee was able to gain the weight and strength he needed to be returned to the wild! #365DaysOfRescue
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Glad He's Well.
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Here are just a few of the more than 700 sea lions that SeaWorld has rescued and worked round-the-clock to rehabilitate during the #2015SeaLionCrisis. #365DaysOfRescue
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+Cyndi R Thank you for your continuous support. 
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Sea turtles in SeaWorld’s care are monitored closely by park zoological staff and veterinary staff. After recovering, sea turtles just like this little one, are evaluated and returned to the wild! #365DaysOfRescue
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+Dean Costa oh I see. You're a little kid using a parent's account. Soooo....you gonna get a job? Or sit &surf the net for 3 solid months? So you really dig Seaworld...I get that. Obviously millions of people do, it's a multi-billion dollar industry holding a bunch of wild animals captive for our entertainment. Orcas doing cute tricks for humans. None of these majestic (that means really big &cool) creatures voluntarily swam towards Seaworld, hung around in the shallow water waiting for little fishies to be thrown at them. They're locked in for a reason, kiddo...because they'd swim as fast and far as they could if they WEREN'T locked in and I really think deep down, you know that. What if, for instance, someone u don't know came to your home, speaking a foreign language, and stuck u in a box and transported u to some foreign land, made u "live " in a tiny room with a bunch of people u didn't know and for 2 or 3 hrs per day let u out to spin around, jump up and down, catch a ball in front of thousands of strange people and fed u pieces of bread for doing that, then locked u back up in the closet -like room.... Day after day, month after month, year after year... What would you feel like?? No music, no TV, no phones, no furniture, no books, no access to food u really NEED, like fruits and vegetables...just this strange bread stuff, nothing else. Should u by some miracle become pregnant by a male human in your cubicle, the foreigners will take your baby away from you before he or she is 5yrs old, and u can't tell them not to, or how you feel, because they don't speak your language...they're only interested in u coming out of the cubicle to jump around every day in front of hordes of strange people...and u must just eat your anguish along with the scraps of odd "food " they throw at you. Back to your cubicle. How would YOU FEEL...hypothetically speaking that is. I'm wondering. 
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