SeaWorld launches new website for animal live cams

November 8, 2013, 10:18 AM · SeaWorld has launched a new website for live cams showing animals in three of its theme parks. features live looks at the penguins in SeaWorld Orlando's Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin post-ride habitat, sea turtles in SeaWorld San Diego's Turtle Reef, and stingrays in the Aquatica waterpark at SeaWorld San Antonio.


From SeaWorld's press release:

The cameras at SeaWorld Orlando’s Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, show four different species of penguins — gentoo, rockhopper, Adelie and King — both darting through the water and above water on the ice. At Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark in San Antonio, more than 200 stingrays and tropical fish, including various species of angel, tang and butterfly fish, are seen from shallow and deep underwater viewpoints. Turtle Reef at SeaWorld San Diego features more than 40 threatened green sea turtles ranging in age from four to 50 years old with a view into the 280,000-gallon aquarium they call home.

Website visitors can switch between the three habitats as well as access reference information about the animals. So here's one more thing to keep theme park fans from getting anything done at work. ;^)

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