Friday, July 22, 2011

SeaWorld Comes to Town


Clay Calabaja from Sea World San Antonio helps Jon-David with Mello Yellow

SeaWorld San Antonio stopped by The Wells Report Studios at 660 KSKY on Thursday.  Jon-David got hands on with a python named Mello Yellow.  Here Clay Calabaja helps Jon-David support this gentle giant.  No, you're hopes are dashed, Mello Yellow had no interest in crushing Jon-David.  He only wanted to smell the camera.

Sea World says, "Parks across the United States are debuting an all-new killer whale show, connecting guests to the sea with a new level of energy, excitement and vibrancy as it educates and inspires them to make a difference in this world."
Angie Llanas and Boo the Screech Owl talks about events at Sea World

“This new show brings to life SeaWorld’s mission in the most powerful way yet,” said Jim Atchison, President and Chief Executive Officer of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. “This show is what guests love about our parks – thrilling entertainment that educates and inspires you to celebrate, connect and care for the world we share.”

The show will feature spectacular whale behaviors, including thrilling high-energy leaps and multiple whales performing simultaneously. The whales will interact in new ways with trainers, the audience, each other, and even the set itself. In one segment, the whales play amid giant fountains.

But even more important is the educational message the show imparts: we are all part of one world and have the power to make a difference. The message of caring and respect for the world we share is woven throughout the show – encouraging guests to make a difference through their own everyday actions.

“There is an unprecedented level of energy, excitement and passion in this show,” said SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment’s Curator of Animal Training, Julie Scardina. “It is the ultimate SeaWorld experience: world-class entertainment that educates and inspires action. Trainers, producers and educators are collaborating on new ways to connect with the audience and show how closely the human and animal worlds are connected.”
Jon-David holds Nuri, a Wallaby

1 comment:

  1. walking here with a smile.. have a nice day ~ =D

    Regards, (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..



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