SeaWorld’s Orca Breeding Program Ends

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People watch through glass as a killer whale swims by in a display tank at SeaWorld in San Diego.
People watch through glass as a killer whale swims by in a display tank at SeaWorld in San Diego.

Have you ever seen an orca jump out of the water and land with a huge splash? Was it breaching for the joy of it, out in the ocean? Or was it jumping for the fish in its trainer’s hand?

About 60 orcas live in captivity in aquariums and theme parks around the world. SeaWorld owns 29, at parks in California,...

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