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SeaWorld to end trick-filled orca shows, transition to ‘more natural’ experience

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Falling attendance and stalled profits aren’t the only factors behind SeaWorld’s decision to end its current killer whale show. The park’s signature orca shows will transition to “more natural” experiences, but emerging legislation could shape how smoothly that goes.

“We start everything by listening to our guests and evolving our shows to what we’re hearing, and so far that’s what we’ve been hearing in California, they want experiences that are more natural and experiences that look more natural in the environment, “ Joel Manby, CEO of SeaWorld since March, told the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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SeaWorld owned by Blackstone Group since 2009

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