Shamu Thanksgiving

Shamu Thanksgiving
Have you hugged your Shamu lately? Then, flip on down to Seaworld for the long Thanksgiving weekend for a special treat! Catch Shamu in the show “Believe” - possibly the world’s most ambitious killer whale show!

SeaWorld’s Holiday celebration starts on Thanksgiving Day and goes through New Year’s Eve! November 28 - 30, weekends December 6 - 14, and daily December 20 - 31 Shamu performs in his “ Holiday Night Show”. Shamu and his friends celebrate with music and merriment, including live musicians and special choreography for Shamu.

Have breakfast with Shamu! Dine leisurely and say good morning to SeaWorld’s biggest star! You’ll get to eat a delicious breakfast served alongside Shamu’s private pool! Shamu has been known to jump right up on the ledge near you and smile and squeak to you as he splashes you with water with his tail! It’s a wonderful way to spend the morning and your kids will love it!

Check out the Shamu Cam at:

Watch all the fun! The Shamu Cam runs from 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. It’s located in SeaWorld San Diego. It’s thrilling to see Shamu swim by - he’s so friendly and cute!

It is such a joy to be a part of Shamu’s life and be in his delightful presence, and seeing him at SeaWorld gives us an appreciation for our wet pets and underwater life. You will love Shamu so much that you will want to pay more attention to your own fishy friends at home and remember how much they love you and need fresh, clean water and interaction and safety and good things to eat. Shamu teaches us to love and take care of our fishies and also reminds us of conservation of our environment - the waters that cover most of our world and the relatives of our wet pets who live below their surface.

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