Sea World at the Capitol
It was a zoo at the Capitol this afternoon.
Sea World was on the north side displaying amphibians, reptiles, and small animals. And a few of the animals went inside the Capitol building to pay a visit to the lawmakers and staff.
It was a touchy-feelly experience for those who stopped by.
Their visit is educational so that folks can experience and see what Sea World does for wildlife conservation and animal care.
The visit was a partnership with Conservation Ambassadors’ program "Zoo to You."
Here are some freeze moments from today:
During their travels, Sea World is getting the word out about a new attraction called Turtle Reef.
According to a spokesperson,"the focal point of Turtle Reef will be a nearly 300,000-gallon aquarium featuring adult Hawksbill and green sea turtles — some more than 50 years old — as well as younger green sea turtles that hatched at SeaWorld in 2009."
To learn more about Sea World’s Conservation program, click HERE.