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Photo Gallery: SeaWorld Orlando
  • SeaWorld Orlando's Animal Rescue Team returns Sarge to the waters of the St. Johns River at Blue Spring State Park. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • SeaWorld Orlando's Animal Rescue Team returns Sarge to the waters of the St. Johns River at Blue Spring State Park. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • SeaWorld Orlando's Animal Rescue Team preparing a male manatee, Sarge, for his return to the waters of Blue Spring State Park. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The chick hatched on Jan. 10 and currently weighs under an ounce, the equivalent of eight pennies.  It will grow to weigh as much as 21 ounces, the weight of a basketball. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The chick hatched on Jan. 10 and currently weighs under an ounce, the equivalent of eight pennies.  It will grow to weigh as much as 21 ounces, the weight of a basketball. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The four-pound, juvenile sea turtle was rescued by the Sea Turtle Preservation Society in Melbourne Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015 night and brought to SeaWorld Orlando for further care. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team worked alongside members of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to successfully rescue the 8-foot-long, 660-pound male manatee and transport it to SeaWorld.
  • The nearly 9-foot-long, 800-pound manatee was transported to SeaWorld Orlando for further rehabilitation and care. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The nearly 9-foot-long, 800-pound manatee was transported to SeaWorld Orlando for further rehabilitation and care. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team with assistance from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rescued the manatee from the Savannah River. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team with assistance from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rescued the manatee from the Savannah River. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Upon arrival at SeaWorld Orlando, the manatee was given a brief physical exam, a blood sample was taken, and fluids were administered. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Upon arrival at SeaWorld Orlando, the manatee was given a brief physical exam, a blood sample was taken, and fluids were administered. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The male manatee was rescued Sunday in Jacksonville by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and transported to SeaWorld Orlando. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The juvenile Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle was rescued by the Sea Turtle Preservation Society (STPS) from Satellite Beach. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The female manatee was rescued Wednesday in Jacksonville from the St. Johns River by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and transported to SeaWorld Orlando. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Upon arrival at SeaWorld Orlando, the manatee was given a brief physical exam, a blood sample was taken, and fluids were administered.  (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Sid the Science Kid Live: Let’s Play is a live theatrical experience delighting kids and parents alike. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Sid the Science Kid Live: Let’s Play is a live theatrical experience delighting kids and parents alike. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Sid the Science Kid Live: Let’s Play is a live theatrical experience delighting kids and parents alike. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Sid the Science Kid Live: Let’s Play is a live theatrical experience delighting kids and parents alike. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • SeaWorld Orlando’s Aquarium Team traveled to Hobe Sound to return three loggerhead sea turtles. So far in 2014, SeaWorld Orlando has rescued 29 sea turtles and returned 13 back to the water. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • SeaWorld Orlando’s Aquarium Team traveled to Sebastian Inlet in Melbourne Beach to return a green sea turtle. The green sea turtle was rescued by a University of Central Florida turtle monitoring group. (PHOTO/SeaWorld)
  • Male manatee, Trooper, awaits his return after nine months of rehabilitation at SeaWorld Orlando.  He was originally rescued by FWC for sustained boat injuries. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • SeaWorld Orlando’s Animal Rescue Team returns 785-pound male manatee, Trooper, to the waters of the Tomoka River in Ormond Beach. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • Sing, dance and play the day away Saturdays, March 22 through April 12, at SeaWorld's Just for Kids festival. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
  • The female dolphin calf was born Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 5:35 a.m. and now weighs approximately 53 pounds and is 47 inches long. (PHOTO/SeaWorld Orlando)
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