Photos: Shamu's conservation show

Photos: Shamu's conservation show

Credit: Emily Hummel, KVUE.com

The Capps sisters, visitors from Houston, smile for the camera as the star swims by after the show. | The summer swelter hasn't dried up the enthusiasm of visitors to Sea World. Shamu and friends continue to draw crowds to the popular "One Ocean" spectacular. Global rhythms and vivid visuals highlight the high-energy production, drawing the audience into the world under the sea and the need to protect it.

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by Emily Hummel, KVUE.com

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Posted on August 21, 2012 at 7:49 AM

Updated Wednesday, Nov 13 at 4:09 AM

SAN ANTONIO -- The summer swelter hasn't dried up the enthusiasm of visitors to Sea World. Shamu and friends continue to draw crowds to the popular "One Ocean" spectacular.

Global rhythms and vivid visuals highlight the high-energy production, drawing the audience into the world under the sea and the need to protect it.

In addition to helping rehabilitate injured animals, Sea World supports various wildlife research and conservation efforts. Get more information about their efforts at SeaWorldCares.com.

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