Dolphin Days opened this morning at SeaWorld Orlando, replacing the popular Blue Horizons show, which closed yesterday.
Designed to be less theatrical and more educational than its predecessor, Dolphin Days still shows off the park's Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Trainers will introduce the individual dolphins to the audience, who'll still get to see a variety of trained behaviors from the marine mammals. The macaws from Blue Horizons also will appear in the new show, too. Here's a highlight clip, from the park:
And here's the blurb, so you can see what SeaWorld's going for here:
As guests are wowed by the agility, grace and aerial bows of the dolphins, they will learn how they can help protect dolphins in the wild. The addition of Dolphin Days is the latest example of how SeaWorld continues to provide families with experiences that matter. Through up-close encounters and unique shows like Dolphin Days, guests will leave the park inspired to care about this amazing species, and take action to help wild animals and the places they live.
Dolphins Days will play several times a day in the same theater as Blue Horizons.
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