Yas SeaWorld Research & Rescue opens in Abu Dhabi

Published: February 09, 2023

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Yas SeaWorld Research & Rescue has opened within the UAE capital, with the purpose to grow to be a key contributor to marine-life conservation in each the UAE and the broader area.

Located on Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island, the centre will conduct built-in analysis, rescue, rehabilitation and training programmes specializing in the marine ecology of the Arabian Gulf.

It shall be led by a crew of devoted marine scientists, zoologists and consultants in analysis, rescue and animal care.

The centre may have a fleet of rescue automobiles that features two custom-made rescue boats and a state-of-the artwork veterinary hospital for triage of animals in essential situation.

It may also have over 25 rescue swimming pools, from giant swimming pools for marine mammals to smaller swimming pools for fish, invertebrates and marine reptiles. Two of the bigger swimming pools are geared up with lifting flooring, which is able to make entry for therapy simpler and fewer disruptive for the animals. An on-site lab on the centre can also be geared up with superior rescue and rehabilitation capabilities together with the flexibility to conduct in-house pathology evaluation for wildlife.

Along with a joint SeaWorld Abu Dhabi crew of skilled educators, the centre will conduct workshops and lectures, each on its premises and in colleges, providing studying and coaching alternatives for college students in addition to educators within the areas of marine life science and conservation.

Chairman of Miral, Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, mentioned, “Together with SeaWorld, we will be pushing the limits of science and conservation to become the foremost knowledge hub for marine scientists, not only in the UAE, but also in the wider region.”

Chairman of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Scott Ross, added, “Extending this legacy here in the UAE is important for global conservation and is consistent with the UAE and wider region’s tradition of honouring the importance of the sea.”

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