“sea Rescue” And “the Wildlife Docs” Are New This Weekend!

Killer whales have vocal repertoires that scientists call ‘dialects’ because they’re composed of calls unique to particular social groups. Discovering how whales develop these dialects hasn’t been possible in the wild because of the inherent challenges in tracking an individual whale’s vocalizations and behavior regularly and for extended periods of time.
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markets including the four largest: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. Currently in its third season, Sea Rescue has been seen by more than 120 million viewers.
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Sea Rescue Returns with Special Episode Commemorating SeaWorld’s 50th Anniversary

They are part of the #1 rated block on Saturday mornings and are consistently rated #1 in the top ten U.S. markets including the four largest: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia.
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Then, when three harbor seal pups are abandoned, the biggest challenge facing the SeaWorld team is getting them to eat. 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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This Saturday on a New Sea Rescue: “Otterly Beautiful”

This week you will go behind the scenes with the five Asian elephants that reside at the park; watch as animal care specialists train three hippos behaviors to help the Wildlife Docs give checkups; and visit with a baby rhino and its mother on the park’s Serengeti Plain. Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs air nationally on ABC on Saturday mornings during the Litton’s Weekend Adventure block and are among the most popular Saturday morning shows.
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This Weekend on Sea Rescue: Code Red

Then, a rescued California sea lion pup has an eye injury and veterinarians must operate if they’re going to save little pirate pup! 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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This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: “Pirates and Pendants”

Click here to learn more. Time is subject to change so be sure to check your local listings.
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This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: “Hard Shells, Warm Hearts”

Rescuers come up with an extraordinary plan to get them back to warmer waters. 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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This Weekend on a New Sea Rescue: “Locked and Found”

Rescuers have their work cut out for them, because the dolphin learns to swim through a lock that is used by boats. And then, when a harbor porpoise strands in a marsh near Brunswick, Maine, a simple pool toy becomes a lifesaver. 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.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.seaworldparksblog.com/weekend-new-sea-rescue-locked-and-found

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