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Visitors watch an orca performance at SeaWorld in San Diego this year. The company has seen attendance slip in the year since the release of a documentary film critical of the company's captive whale program.
September 11, 2014 The theme park says a 2013 documentary critical of its captive orca attraction has hurt its bottom line. Now, it's pushing back with a social media campaign and plans for new habitats for its whales.
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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.
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