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Photo Gallery: SeaWorld Orlando
  • SeaWorld says the goal is to provide a stable environment for the sea turtles to regain their strength, and ultimately be returned to the wilds as soon as possible. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Stan at his new home at the Gulf World Marine Park in Panama City Beach. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • A SeaWorld Orlando team member says goodbye to Stan at the Gulf World Marine Park in Panama City Beach. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The loggerhead was returned to the ocean with another loggerhead that came to SeaWorld Orlando in February after being rescued near St. Augustine and two rehabilitated cold stunned Kemp’s ridley sea turtles that came to SeaWorld Orlando in Nov. 204 from Massachusetts. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • SeaWorld says the male manatee weighs over 1,300 pounds. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Members of the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team traveled to Charleston, S.C. to rescue the manatee from the Cooper River in Charleston. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Members of the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team traveled to Charleston, S.C. to rescue the manatee from the Cooper River in Charleston. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • It took three people to carry the 128-pound loggerhead sea turtle. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team returned the sea turtle to Canaveral National Seashore’s Playalinda Beach, Thursday, Nov. 20, 2015. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Orlando City Soccer Club Midfielder Adrian Winter gets a kiss from Roxy. (Discovery Cove)
  • SeaWorld Orlando veterinarians and animal care experts determined through tests that she has an infection from a bacterium called Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae which SeaWorld says is common in the marine environment. (SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The female calf is being bottle-fed seven times a day and looked after around the clock by SeaWorld’s veterinarians and animal care experts. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • A SeaWorld veterinarian successfully removed the fishing hook. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • A loggerhead sea turtle that was found near Jetty Beach with a fishing hook embedded in its mouth is undergoing treatment at Sea World Orlando. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • A SeaWorld veterinarian successfully removed the fishing hook. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Sea World says the juvenile loggerhead sea turtle weighs approximately 60 pounds and was rescued by the Sea Turtle Preservation Society. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The turtles were part of the 72 sea turtles that were rescued last November during a mass cold stranding off the Massachusetts coast.  (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • During the run, inspirational music from Dawn’s personal iPod was played throughout the park. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Crews work to lift a manatee out of a drain pipe in Satellite Beach, Tuesday, February 24, 2015.  (PHOTO/SeaWorld)
  • The pup was born March 30, 2015 to 41-year-old Harbor Seal, Dagwood who is one of SeaWorld Orlando’s animal ambassadors. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The sea turtles were part of the 72 juvenile Kemp’s ridley sea turtles rescued during a mass cold stranding near the Massachusetts coast in 2014.  (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team returned 17 juvenile Kemp’s ridley sea turtles to the ocean at Canaveral National Seashore, Wednesday, April 1, 2015. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Streak underwent care at SeaWorld Orlando and throughout his rehabilitation period, he jumped from 660 pounds to approximately 760 pounds. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Streak underwent care at SeaWorld Orlando and throughout his rehabilitation period, he jumped from 660 pounds to approximately 760 pounds.  (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Streak was returned to Blue Springs State Park Wednesday, March 25, 2015.  (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Following ten weeks of rehabilitation at SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Animal Rescue Team returned a female manatee to the waters of Crystal River, Fla. on March 17, 2015. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Following ten weeks of rehabilitation at SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Animal Rescue Team returned a female manatee to the waters of Crystal River, Fla. on March 17, 2015. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team releases the turtles at Canaveral National Seashore, Wednesday, March 11, 2015.  (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
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