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It’s all smiles as the SeaWorld rescue crew prepares to return three sea turtles back to the wild. #365DaysOfRescue
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+Diane Choi Why because a movie full of lies tells you not to ???http://nimwey.tumblr.com/blackfish OR because of a Disgruntled ex SeaWorld employee who cannot make up his mind to either working 19 years with orca or 14 years when it was actually 9 years??? http://realjohnhargrove.com get the facts before you condemn a place like SeaWorld..
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Chloe, a barred owl, was found when she was only a few months old at a park in Christmas, Florida eating lunch meat out of people's hands. Her actions led rescuers to believe she was most likely hand raised and would be unable to hunt for food on her own. #365DaysOfRescue
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+Dean Costa It was dazed from the impact... 
but otherwise it flew off just fine that night..
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SeaWorld's rescue team found this Guadalupe fur seal dehydrated and malnourished last fall. After several months of rehabilitative care, she was returned to the wild. Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute scientists outfitted her with a satellite transmitter to gain crucial data about where the threatened species travels, spends time foraging for food, and ultimately thrives in the ocean. #365DaysOfRescue
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Keep Up The Awesome Rescue Business SeaWorld!
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Independent research proves it ...
Independent research proves killer whales at SeaWorld live as long as wild killer whales.
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+Paul Cheong
It's Obvious They Don't Cause If They Did. Then ALL The Trainers Would Be Dead...Not Just One. I SERIOUSLY Doubt A Badass Like The Killer Whale Would Let Themselves Be Pushed Around Like That And Not Do A Thing About It.
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Orphaned baby manatees need a lot of tender loving care. SeaWorld’s dedicated rescue team is there 24/7 to provide babies like this with all the care and nutrients they need. #365DaysOfRescue
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SeaWorld, you are doing amazing work. Can't wait to visit SeaWorld San Diego!
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Otis, an Eastern screech owl, was rescued and rehabilitated but, due to the seriousness of his injuries, could not be returned to the wild. He moved to SeaWorld San Antonio for long-term care and became an animal ambassador for his species. #365DaysOfRescue
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Aww so sad he could not be returned. But at least he has an amazing home and can help educate others... 
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SeaWorld’s sister park Discovery Cove welcomed a #dolphin calf last month!

She is already stealing hearts, but did you know she is also helping animal rescuers better serve wild dolphin calves in need?

Find out how! http://bit.ly/1F282wa
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Why do trainers die at seaworld?
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2015 has been a rough year for sea lions along the California coastline. These guys are just a few of the more than 577 sea lions that SeaWorld has rescued this year. #365DaysOfRescue
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+Hal White
You Can Look It Up Yourself If You Wanna Know More.
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In honor of #ManateeAppreciationDay, we are highlighting today's return of Streak the manatee, the 26th return this year!

He was rescued in December after suffering from cold stress and malnutrition. After a quick recovery (and gaining 100 pounds), he was healthy enough to be returned to his original home at Blue Springs State Park in Florida! #365DaysOfRescue
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+Wendy Corley
If You're A Pro-Cap,Then Sure.
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The San Diego Union-Tribune editorial board weighs in ...
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OK Thanks
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SeaWorld helped disentangle this dolphin calf from a monofilament fishing line. Once free of the line, the calf and its mother swam off together. The pair was spotted doing well after the fishing line incident and the youngster seemed to be gaining independence. #365DaysOfRescue
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Sorry Guys Im slacking on my reposts.. Awesome Rescue..
So sad a discarded net nearly took the life or a baby dolphin.. 
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How long do killer whales live? Watch this video to see how independent research proves killer whales at SeaWorld live as long as wild killer whales.

Have a question? Visit www.AskSeaWorld.com to see how you can have it answered.
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+SeaWorld Dont mention it you guys Deserve the accolades for all that you do.
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