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365 Days of SeaWorld Rescue

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Celebrating the final photo of #365DaysofRescue, check out these adorable rescued sea lion pups playing in the water after their successful rehabilitation during the #2015SeaLionCrisis. #365DaysOfRescue

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Warm November weather delayed this young sea turtle’s migration south and, when the waters eventually cooled down, it developed hypothermia and washed ashore. The little guy was rescued and then transferred from the New England Aquarium to SeaWorld for further rehabilitation and around-the-clock care. #365DaysOfRescue

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Raising one orphaned manatee takes dedication and hard work – imagine three! It’s a manatee nursery as the SeaWorld Rescue Team bottle-feeds three manatee babies a special formula to help them grow strong and healthy! #365DaysOfRescue

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The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico affected many marine animals, such as this endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtle. Here, a SeaWorld aquarist applies an identification tag to the little guy in its preparation for return to the wild. #365DaysOfRescue

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Time, energy and passion are what the SeaWorld rescue team gives to save malnourished sea lions. Without SeaWorld, these pups would have never received a second chance at life. #365DaysOfRescue

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WATCH SeaWorld’s Rescue Team return Magnolia the rescued manatee back to the crystal clear waters in Florida! Magnolia was rescued earlier this year nearly 500 miles from her natural habitat and suffering from cold stress. After 10 weeks recovering at SeaWorld , she was successfully returned to warm Florida waters! ‪#‎365DaysOfRescue‬

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This A SeaWorld Rescue Team member gives a huge grin as he returns a rescued sea turtle to its ocean home! #365DaysOfRescue

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Three pelicans were blown off course and injured as a result of storms and strong winds from monsoons moving through Mexico. They were rescued and stabilized at the Tucson Wildlife Center and then transferred to SeaWorld for rehabilitation and am eventual return to the wild! #365DaysOfRescue

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This adult male manatee suffered from cold stress and hypothermia, and was brought to SeaWorld for expert care and rehabilitation. #365DaysOfRescue

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Too cute! A pair of sea lions rescued during the #2015SeaLionCrisis hug it out at SeaWorld’s rehabilitation facilities. #365DaysOfRescue

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SeaWorld returns three of the world’s most endangered sea turtles back to the ocean! These Kemp’s ridley sea turtles were part of a mass cold stranding event that occurred last November. The recovered their strength and were cleared for return! #365DaysOfRescue

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Taking the plunge back into the ocean, this harbor seal pup spent three weeks at SeaWorld recovering from serious wounds to his neck caused by discarded fishing line. #365DaysOfRescue

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This young female manatee spent several months at SeaWorld recovering from watercraft injuries. After her wounds healed during rehabilitation, she was returned to the wild. #365DaysOfRescue

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What a beauty! This sea lion is one of more than 800 that SeaWorld San Diego rescued during the #2015SeaLionCrisis. #365DaysOfRescue

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Dirt and pollution can make feathers lose their waterproofing and threaten the lives of birds. SeaWorld makes sure rescued pelicans like this one are healthy and all of their feathers are clean before returning them to the wild. #365DaysOfRescue

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Kit, this adorable (and hungry) sea otter, was found stranded on a beach without her mother. She was rescued and then brought to SeaWorld for long-term care. She now serves as a surrogate mother for other orphaned sea otters! #365DaysOfRescue

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This four-manatee release took more than 20 people to carry all the animals -- and tons of coordination! #365DaysOfRescue

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The Oregon Coast Aquarium transported this endangered olive ridley sea turtle to SeaWorld San Diego for the final step of its rehabilitation. #365DaysOfRescue

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Oil Spill Update: SeaWorld San Diego is currently caring for 22 oiled animals -- 17 sea lions and five elephant seals -- at the park's Oiled Wildlife Care Center. Three team members from SeaWorld’s Animal Rescue Team, each with specialized training to rescue and treat oiled wildlife, are still deployed to assist with recovery efforts at the ‪#‎RefugioBeachOilSpill‬ zone. When new animals arrive, they are provided with hydration fluids to help stabilize their conditions and are medically examined by our veterinarians. Once the animals are in a stable condition, our team starts the washing process to remove oil from their bodies. Depending on the amount of oil, the process could involve several washes over multiple days. ‪#‎365DaysOfRescue‬

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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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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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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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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 #365DaysOfRescue

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Watch this incredible video of SeaWorld treating a rescued bird with a hook stuck in its throat! #365DaysOfRescue

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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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