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The documentary Blackfish comes down hard on Sea World, the amusement park where captive killer whales are trained and put through their paces.

Sea World Announces Big Changes to Orca Habitats

The documentary Blackfish comes down hard on Sea World, the amusement park where captive killer whales are trained and put through their paces.

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