We love seeing the conservation work done by SeaWorld and it wasnt too long ago when we saw them rescuing a Loggerhead turtle. Well now theyre at it again, this time saving two tiny Hawksbill turtle hatchlings.
These three inch babies were found in a very weak condition covered in algae and fauna. SeaWorld take it upon themselves to care for ill, injured and orphaned animals and these guys are no exception. With round the clock care the turtles are fed and given fluids to make sure they return to full health.
This highlights the environmental concerns for sea turtles just before the new conservation attraction, Turtle Trek, opens this April. Keep up the good work SeaWorld!