Beluga calf rescued off Alaska moved to SeaWorld San Antonio

  • This photo provided by SeaWorld Parks, from left, Lisa Hartmann and Dr. Carrie Goertz, Alaska SeaLife Center, and Katie Kolodziej, SeaWorld San Antonio, bottle feed Tyonek as he acclimates to his new home at SeaWorld San Antonio, Texas on Friday, March 9, 2018. The 5-month-old whale named Tyonek made a 4,000-mile (6,500-kilometer) journey to SeaWorld San Antonio on Thursday. Tyonek was less than a month old when he became stranded in Alaska’s Cook Inlet last fall. (SeaWorld Parks via AP)

ORLANDO, Fla. — An endangered beluga whale calf rescued off Alaska’s coast was swimming in his new home Friday at SeaWorld San Antonio after a cross-country flight.