Sea World’s Blue Horizon Show To Be Replaced

The Blue Horizons Dolphin show in Sea World Orlando is set to be replaced with a new show “Dolphin Days” on April 1st.  As Sea World begins to focus more on conservation and animal rescue, the new show is set to educate guests “about how to protect the animals in the wild, and it will have a segment in which a volunteer from the audience gets an encounter with a dolphin and a green-winged macaw.”

Sea World have described the new show as below:

This spring, SeaWorld Orlando is excited to introduce Dolphin Days, inspired by a current fan favorite from SeaWorld San Diego. Dolphin Days is a festive celebration of our natural world starring the ocean’s most playful ambassador, the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin. Dolphin Days will entertain and inspire while educating your family about dolphins and their importance to our natural world. Together with a soaring rainbow of tropical birds, sea and sky unite while guests receive an up close look at the relationships the majestic animals have with their trainers.

The last Blue Horizons show will take place on March 31.  This new show will be similar to one that runs at the San Diego SeaWorld, but not identical.

What do you think of a new Dolphin show?


Source – Orlando Sentinel 


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