Cc1 Test message Test Text1 underline It's the return of Shamu, seaworld Orlando, fin wished their fix-up. Not exactly everyone in the pool this time, their four-year battle to return its trainers to... See More
Cc1 Test message Test Text1 underline It's the return of Shamu, seaworld Orlando, fin wished their fix-up. Not exactly everyone in the pool this time, their four-year battle to return its trainers to water suffering a major setback and ABC's Mara schiavocampo is here. Reporter: An appeals court says it's too dangerous for trainers to be in the water with whales. Killer whales, slashing, spinning and even smooching. In Florida this weekend, things seemed to be going swimmingly. Amazing. Reporter: The theme park's star attraction is back after being on a break for stadium renovation. Federal appeals court upholding a ban for trainers getting back in the water with the whales. In 2010, the federal government restricted human interactions with the whales after trainer dawn Brancheau was killed. The ban is similar restricting speed at NASCAR and says, quote, they're committed to providing a safe work place for employees. The killer whales show has long been seaworld's most popular attraction. So far this year, park attendance has been decreasing. When you look into their eyes you know someone is home. Reporter: The documentary black fish, raised questions about whether killer whales even belong at theme parks. This week's performance drew protests. The show leading to many different reactions. In the meantime, seaworld is currently developing another killer whale show set to debut in June. Thanks, Mara. Coming up on "Good morning America" -- caught in the act. "Good morning America" viewers
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