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Multiple sources confirm SeaWorld's Kalia is pregnant

San Diego - Several sources from within SeaWorld have now confirmed to Digital Journal that nine-year-old killer whale Kalia is pregnant.

Former trainers decry possible orca pregnancy at SeaWorld Special

San Diego - A newly-released YouTube video caused a stir over the weekend after it showed SeaWorld staff performing an ultrasound on an allegedly pregnant young female orca in San Diego.

Op-Ed: Is SeaWorld running scared? You decide

San Diego - SeaWorld executives rarely respond to criticism beyond a sentence or two. But today, the vice president of zoological operations for SeaWorld San Diego, Mike Scarpuzzi, published an entire editorial in the U-T San Diego.

Shouka's move to SeaWorld San Diego, bittersweet for activist Special

San Diego - Under the cover of darkness and without any fanfare, Six Flags in Vallejo, Calif. shipped their orca Shouka, to SeaWorld San Diego. With a heavy heart and mixed emotions, one activist watched the orca she has long campaigned for, being driven away.

Op-Ed: Pilot whale 'Sully' dies at SeaWorld San Diego Special

San Diego - Animal Ambassador for SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Discovery Cove – Julie Scardina, is reporting that Sully the pilot whale died at the San Diego facility on May 23. Sully had several health issues, sunburn was one of them.
 

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SeaWorld San Diego. A trainer performs with an orca in 2007.
SeaWorld San Diego. A trainer performs with an orca in 2007.
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Pilot Whale Blue Horizons Dolphin Show; SeaWorld San Diego 2011
Pilot Whale Blue Horizons Dolphin Show; SeaWorld San Diego 2011
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Doctors John Jett and Jeffrey Ventre in conjunction with the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society ...
Doctors John Jett and Jeffrey Ventre in conjunction with the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS), recently revealed newly-discovered evidence that SeaWorld's whales were exposed to viruses because of the unnatural amount of time that they spend at the surface of the water in shallow pools.
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Buck the one-eyed sea lion at SeaWorld San Diego.
Buck the one-eyed sea lion at SeaWorld San Diego.
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