MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – One day in the future you could own a share in Shamu.

On Thursday, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. filed for an initial public offering of stock that could raise $100 million. That number is likely to change as the company’s bankers gauge interest from investors.

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The Orlando based company, known for its water shows featuring orca whales, dolphins and other animals, did not list a date for the offering. It plans to use the “SEAS” symbol.

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Private equity firm Blackstone Group LP, which owns SeaWorld, will likely sell some of its stake in the deal, but will still own a majority of the voting power of the company’s shares after the IPO, the company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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