This Saturday On A New Sea Rescue: “otterly Beautiful”

The HSWRI study took advantage of the unique habitat at SeaWorld that was outfitted with multichannel video and eight hydrophones. This environment allowed the researchers to record and analyze the calls made by individual whales over a five-year period. Learning whether social association affects the calls of killer whales sheds important light on how wild populations of whales interact. Scientists still don’t know if and how populations of killer whales can merge.
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“Sea Rescue” and “The Wildlife Docs” are New This Weekend! by Staff Catch new episodes of Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs this weekend!
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On Sea Rescue when a family on a boat trip in Florida discovers a newborn dolphin, his prospects don’t look good. But with round-the-clock care from the SeaWorld team, Turner the dolphin ends up fulfilling a vital role in the U.S Navy. On The Wildlife Docs the Busch Gardens animal team closely monitors Harry, a two-toed sloth, to determine whether he is healthy enough to continue his work on the park’s Animal Ambassador Team. Then, the vets head to Busch Gardens’ 65-acre Serengeti Plain for a house call on a gazelle.
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Sea Rescue airs Saturday mornings on ABC along with the new series The Wildlife Docs . The Wildlife Docs takes viewers behind the scenes with an elite team of veterinarians, technicians and trainers as they care for the more than 12,000 exotic animals that live in Busch Gardens Tampa.
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SeaWorld has helped more than 23,000 whales, dolphins, sea lions, penguins, manatees, sea turtles and birds over the last 50 years. This special episode looks back on some of the most inspiring sea rescues during this time, including the amazing tale of JJ the Whale and the heartwarming saga of Little Joe the Manatee. The Wildlife Docs also returns this weekend to take viewers behind the scenes with an elite team of veterinarians, technicians and trainers as they care for the more than 12,000 exotic animals that live in Busch Gardens Tampa.
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