SeaWorld Orlando’s “Wetsuit Penguin” Starts the New Year with New FeathersWonder Twin, the female penguin who received a custom wetsuit as a part of her specialized care at SeaWorld Orlando, has started 2017 with a fresh coat of feathers.
SeaWorld: Tilikum, Orca That Killed Trainer, Has DiedTilikum, an orca that killed a trainer at SeaWorld Orlando in 2010 and was profiled in a documentary that helped sway popular opinion against...
SeaWorld Cutting 320 Jobs in RestructuringSeaWorld Entertainment Inc. is eliminating 320 jobs across its 12-park company. Company officials said Tuesday in a...
Dolphin Snatches iPad of Woman Taking its Photo at SeaWorldA woman trying to take a picture of a dolphin at SeaWorld in Florida with an iPad apparently got a bit too close because it snatched the device right out of her hands.
Judge Dismisses Investor Lawsuit Against SeaWorldA judge in southern California has dismissed a securities fraud lawsuit brought by investors in SeaWorld.
Scientists Bemoan SeaWorld Decision to Stop Breeding OrcasThere's one last orca birth to come at SeaWorld, and it will probably be the last chance for research biologist Dawn Noren to study up close how female killer whales pass toxins to their calves through their milk.
SeaWorld to Stop Breeding Orcas, Making Them Perform TricksFinally bowing to years of public pressure, SeaWorld announced Thursday that it will immediately stop breeding killer whales and making them perform crowd-pleasing tricks at its theme parks.
SeaWorld Removing Lifting Floors From Orca PoolsSeaWorld officials say they are getting rid of lifting floors in the company's killer whale pools that were installed after the death of trainer because they are no longer needed. SeaWorld officials said Wednesday that the floors will be removed at its parks in Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio.
5 Things to Know in Florida for Jan. 19Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
Report: SeaWorld's Income Drops 84 PercentAttendance at SeaWorld's three parks are down, 100,000 fewer people visited the parks this year than at the same time last year.
PETA Asks US Government To Investigate SeaWorldAnimal rights group PETA is asking federal officials to investigate SeaWorld Orlando after a veterinarian says she observed violations of the Animal Welfare Act on a recent visit.
Activists: SeaWorld's Spy Ring Bigger Than Previously BelievedActivists say the SeaWorld spy ring may be bigger than previously thought.