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Seaworld to Expand Killer Whale Habitat
Aug 15, 2014
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Seaworld Blue World Project

Although they will never come out and say it, Seaworld has been hit hard by the release of the movie Blackfish. Agree or disagree with the movie, it will be nice to see an expanded area for the whales that will allow more interaction with the guests. As part of the release Jim Atchison, Chief Executive Officer and President of SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc., had this to say:

“For 50 years, SeaWorld has transformed how the world views marine life. The unprecedented access to marine mammals that our parks provide has increased our knowledge of the ocean and inspired generations. Our new killer whale homes and research initiatives have just as bold a vision: to advance global understanding of these animals, to educate, and to inspire conservation efforts to protect killer whales in the wild.”

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Richard Currey

A lifetime Central Florida resident and long time Orlando resident I have spent a number of years blogging for other sites including the Golf Channel. I came to Orlando as a UCF student in 1999 after spending my childhood in the the Daytona Beach area. A love of theme parks, warm weather and good friends has kept me in the area I now call home.

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