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Photo Epidemic|Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park resumes normal operations today

On June 12, 2022, Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park officially resumed normal operation. From now on, the theme activity of “Children’s Month for Killer Whale Baby” was officially launched, and the first Shanghai-born orca baby in China was officially unveiled in front of tourists. During the epidemic, in order to ensure the order and safety of the on-site viewing, the meeting will be subject to a daily limited time and limited free reservation system. Visitors can make reservations through the park’s official reservation channel.Photo Epidemic|Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park resumes normal operations today -Photo-Epidemic|Shanghai-Haichang-Ocean-Park-resumes-normal-operations-today

On June 12, 2022, in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park, China’s first Shanghai-born orca calf made its debut in front of tourists.The pictures in this article are pictures of Zhu Weihui, a surging news reporter

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On June 12, 2022, in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park, children and baby killer whales wave.

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On June 12, 2022, in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park, children interact with baby killer whales.

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Children watch baby killer whales at Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park on June 12, 2022.

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On June 12, 2022, in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park, children watch baby killer whales and interact with trainers.

It is reported that the first Shanghai-born killer whale baby in China was born on September 10, 2021. At birth, it was 2.5 meters long, weighed about 233 kilograms, and was healthy. After 9 months of safety observation and careful care by the special conservation team, the baby killer whale is now 3 meters long and weighs about 411 kilograms. It is proficient in a variety of behavioral skills and is very lively and cute. Since June 12, the park has held an on-site “Killer Whale Baby Meeting” every day. Visitors can not only see the cute baby killer whales, but also learn more about the orca animal through the popular science explanation of the on-site docents. Knowledge of the population, the development of baby killer whales and anecdotes about the killer whale family.Photo Epidemic|Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park resumes normal operations today -1655048401_691_Photo-Epidemic|Shanghai-Haichang-Ocean-Park-resumes-normal-operations-today

On June 12, 2022, in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park, children and cast members took a group photo.

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On June 12, 2022, tourists visit the Coral Jellyfish Pavilion at Haichang Ocean Park in Shanghai.

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On June 12, 2022, tourists take a selfie at the Coral Jellyfish Pavilion at Haichang Ocean Park in Shanghai.

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On June 12, 2022, tourists take pictures at the Coral Jellyfish Pavilion at Haichang Ocean Park in Shanghai.

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On June 12, 2022, tourists visit the Shark Aquarium in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park.

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Tourists interact with sea lions in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park on June 12, 2022.

In order to ensure a safe play environment for tourists, visitors entering the park must wear masks, take personal protection, cooperate with body temperature detection, scan the “site code” for inspection, and show a negative nucleic acid certificate within 72 hours before entering the park. 75% of the maximum carrying capacity of the park will be received every day, and appropriate drainage adjustments will be made to the tourists in the park according to the actual situation.Photo Epidemic|Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park resumes normal operations today -1655048421_876_Photo-Epidemic|Shanghai-Haichang-Ocean-Park-resumes-normal-operations-today

Trainers interact with killer whales in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park on June 12, 2022.

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Trainers interact with killer whales in Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park on June 12, 2022.

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On June 12, 2022, tourists watch a killer whale show at Haichang Ocean Park in Shanghai.

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