Here’s a fun way to learn some new things about your favorite animals! Which facts did you already know? Were there any that were new to you? I thought it was very sweet about elephants sucking their trunks for comfort (we have more in common than we think).
No need to leave the house after your big Thanksgiving meal! Tune into NatGeo Wild for 10 Days of Thanksgiving. Starting Thanksgiving day enjoy amazing programming like the Disneynature Marathon.
We are excited for this since they will be showing Deep Blue for the first time. Deep Blue is about our amazing oceans, going places where we rarely get to go. You will see penguins, whales, polar bears, seals, and some super rare creatures too!
The Disneynature Marathon will show the following shows:
- Deep Blue- Thursday Nov. 26 at 1/12c and 8/7c
- Chimpanzee- 3/2c and 10/9c
- The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos- 5/4c and 1:30a/12:30c
- Wings of Life- 6:30/5:30c and 12a/11c
Big Cat Week kicks off Friday November 27 with the following shows:
- Cougars Undercover
- Safari Live
- The Lakeshore Killers
- Cat Fight
- The Ultimate Predator
- Big Cat Games
Will you be tuning in? We sure will!
SeaWorld San Antonio is thrilled to announce the arrival of seven California sea lion pups born in June. They are adorable, and full of energy!
These pups are full of energy and charm guests with their playful mannerisms. Park guests can catch a glimpse of the sea lion pups interacting and nursing with their mothers at Pacific Point Preserve, a newly designed realm featuring sea lions, harbor seals and Asian small-clawed otters.
SeaWorld is open daily through Aug. 23. For more information, visit SeaWorldSanAntonio.com. We would love to see these playful animals up close, and are glad for the conservation efforts being made on their behalf.
Regardless of whether you’re hard of hearing or have perfect hearing (for a human), this infographic will show you that – whilst us humans are a talented bunch for the most part – our hearing doesn’t compare in the slightest to some creatures out there.
The pitch of a sound is measured in Hertz (Hz) frequency, with the smaller frequencies being lower notes and higher frequencies being the opposite; higher pitched notes.
Thanks to IHP for the great graphic and info!