SeaWorld debuts 'Orca Encounter' show
Trainers no longer ride or swim with the killer whales at the new educational show at SeaWorld San Diego.
The 51-year-old company is teaming with The Humane Society to end its controversial orca breeding program.
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
The controversial show at seaworld is back on. The park's famous killer whales are performing again. The trainers are being kept out of the water, all of theft aer a trainer lost her life during a performance. Reporter: Just as seaworld's star performers get back into the swim of things today,
Sea World challenges the ban prohibiting humans from getting in tank with whales.
A new documentary examines whether or not it is humane to keep killer whales confined.
$213 million, you'd end up paying about $84 million in taxes. Leaving you with, oh, a mere $129 million. Not too shabby for a two buck ticket. I'm deborah roberts. That's our first hour of "20/20." But stay tuned for another hour, "when animals strike back," starting right now. Tonight on "20/20"
Footage from 2004 shows a killer whale turning on a San Antonio Sea World trainer.
Video was released as part of a lawsuit filed after government cited Sea World for unsafe practices.
Dawn Brancheau was killed at Florida park during 2010 show with a killer whale.