SeaWorld Says It Will End Orca Shows In San Diego By 2017Shamu will be making his last splash at SeaWorld’s San Diego park by 2017, a top executive said Monday.
SeaWorld Wants To Keep Relationship With Florida IntactSeaWorld wants to maintain their partnership with state officials in Florida despite disapproval from PETA.
SeaWorld Laying Off More Than 300 WorkersA day after SeaWorld's CEO announced his resignation, the company said it's laying off more than 300 workers.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Offers Amazing New View Of Killer Whales Scientists have a new high-tech unique way to study killer whales from above and the images are providing amazing results.
SeaWorld Drops Appeal Of OSHA ViolationSeaWorld’s famous orca shows have changed drastically - forever. Trainers will not be allowed to swim with orcas during shows.
SeaWorld Appeals To Put Trainers Back In Water Florida marine theme park SeaWorld Orlando is appealing a federal ruling that prevents its trainers from getting into the water with killer whales during performances.
SeaWorld's New Killer Whale Safety Measures Are Kept A SecretNew safety protocols for trainer interactions with killer whales at SeaWorld are being kept secret by a federal agency. This, despite a judge's ruling that they are not trade secrets.
Orcas Give Tampa Couple Surprise Anniversary PresentLaura Howard and her husband Rich decided to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary in La Paz last year. They were going to dive with the seals in the sea of Cortez when the trip to an unexpected turn.
Killer Whales Chase Couple On AnniversaryA couple decided to take a trip to Mexico for their anniversary. The trip turned out to be the experience of a lifetime thanks to some killer whales and a chase that shook up what was originally scheduled to be a diving adventure.
Seaworld Goes Public On NY Stock ExchangeSeaworld Entertainment, Inc. is used to having big splashes made at its park on a daily basis. But the company made a huge splash Friday when it made a splash during its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Judge: Barriers Would Protect SeaWorld TrainersAn administrative law judge has ruled that physical barriers between the whales and SeaWorld trainers would be a ‘feasible’ way to protect them.