Today, SeaWorld unveiled the latest way guests can view their rescue efforts as they opened up their Manatee Rehabilitation area as a part of the park. In the Manatee Rehabilitation area, guests will be able to enter SeaWorld’s five acre Rescue Center, where they help and rehabilitate thousands of animals.
Previously, the Rescue Center was only available through guided tours, which also contribute money to aiding wildlife. With this expansion, it is even easier for guests to see SeaWorld’s rescue efforts.
Visitors will be able to view manatees, learn about the endangered species, and ways to help them. It is another example of the park’s initiative to “turn the park inside out” and allow guests to see the work SeaWorld does in rescue and rehabilitation.
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