Sea Lion High Opens at SeaWorld Orlando

April 16, 2015, 2:40 PM · SeaWorld Orlando today opened the new version of its sea lion, walrus and otter show: Clyde & Seamore's Sea Lion High.

Sea Lion High
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With a new, two-story set that is Clyde and Seamore's high school, the show features a variety of interactions between the animals and their trainers. The storyline is that Clyde and Seamore are up for scholarships to Ocean University, but must go back and quickly pass the science, dance and gym classes they didn't quite get to the first time around. But that's just an excuse to set up the tricks and movements that the animals do, including a send-up of Jaws.

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As with all SeaWorld shows, what you see will depend upon the line-up of specific animals for that particular show and the mood of the animals that day. Anyone who's played with a pet knows that some days they're in the mood to do one thing, and some days it's something else. SeaWorld shows, therefore, are always flexible with their line-up of stunts and gags, which also rewards visitors who see the shows multiple times.

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April 16, 2015 at 6:09 PM · I think this sounds really cute. The Clyde and Seamore show has always been a bit corny, but also quite amusing. I still remember the old shows with the haunted castle and the pirate ship. This will be a "must do" the next time I'm at SeaWorld.
April 17, 2015 at 7:24 AM · Looks pretty promising. Will be taking my daughter and her 6 year old son down to Sea World at end of May. Glad we can catch this show also. Of equal importance to me will be the inclusion of the Sea Word Mime during seating for the show. We always enjoyed his pre-show antics during previous versions of the Clyde and Seamore show.
April 21, 2015 at 3:18 PM · There is no mimes anymore Ed but don't let that discourage you. The show is still amazing. The preshow includes a school crossing guard who interacts with guests as they get to their seats. We also have a preshow that shows us how SeaWorld trains their animals and a salute to all teachers in the audience. Great show all around

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