PHOTO: A killer whale at SeaWorld (Photo via Flickr/Ed Schipul)
SeaWorld cares, and it is striving to improve things when it comes to killer whales.
Currently, the whales in their care now will be the last generation of killer whales at SeaWorld.
You can still see these whales today and learn about them at each of SeaWorld’s parks.
However, the park in San Diego “has ended its One Ocean show, and the parks in Orlando and San Antonio will soon follow,” per a SeaWorld blogger.
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For now, guests can view the whales in San Diego at an underwater display.
But in the summer, the new Orca Encounter will debut, which will give guests the chance to “learn about killer whales in a completely new way.”
And at a date to be determined later, the Orlando and San Antonio parks will debut their own Orca Encounter.
For more information on whales at SeaWorld, visit their blog here.