From Canada's CTV: a screen image of one whale surfacing at the small hole where the pod could get air before it managed to escape its icy trap.
January 10, 2013 Ice shifted overnight near Inukjuak, Quebec, allowing a pod of orcas to escape the dwindling hole they used for air and swim away.
An image provided by SeaWorld San Diego shows Kasatka in December 2004 with a calf she had given birth to just days before.
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August 2, 2012 Remarkable video footage of a killer whale nearly drowning her trainer underscores ongoing questions about SeaWorld's interspecies-encounter policies. Commentator Barbara J. King discusses the video in light of David Kirby's new book Death at SeaWorld.
August 23, 2010 OSHA fined SeaWorld for an avoidable deadly orca attack that left a theme-park worker dead.
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