I’m Only Eight, But I Can Make a Difference


April 11, 2017

By: Gabriella, Guest Kid Blogger Editor's 


Note: The following is from Gabriella, a guest kid blogger who wants to work with animals at SeaWorld when she grows up. She wants to learn everything she can about animals and where they live in the ocean. She likes sharing what she learns at SeaWorld with her friends and readers like you! She's hopes you'll join her in protecting our marine animal friends together.


I’m only eight years old but I know I can make the world a better place. When I was really little I liked bugs and animals. I liked to visit zoos and aquariums and learn everything I could about nature. SeaWorld San Diego is where I started learning about the ocean and marine animals. I have met many great people at SeaWorld who care about the ocean like me. They help teach me how to make a good difference for animals and take care of the ocean.

Gabriella-at-SeaWorld

I don't live near the ocean but I have learned a lot at SeaWorld. I know how important it is to make sure trash doesn't end up in the ocean. I know it takes a very, very long time for plastic to decompose. I know animals are safer in unpolluted waters. I teach everyone I know about how to keep the ocean clean so they can help too. Some of my friends don't get to visit aquariums and parks like SeaWorld and they don’t live by the ocean so it’s important for me to help teach them.

Gabriella-SeaWorld-Collage

I'm only eight but because of everything I learn at SeaWorld I am making the world a better place. I really like to see animals at SeaWorld but everyone that works there and takes care of the animals teaches me new things about how to make the world a better place. It’s really important for us to take care of the earth so animals can live here.

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I’m only eight but we can all make a difference!

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