Naomi Rose

Marine Mammal Biologist, Humane Society of the United States

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Marine mammal biologist and senior scientist at the Humane Society of the United States

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Just three days after a six-ton killer whale battered and drowned his trainer in front of a horrified crowd,  SeaWorld  opened again this weekend in Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego.

Of Man and (Killer) Whales

Just three days after a six-ton killer whale battered and drowned his trainer in front of a horrified crowd, SeaWorld opened again this weekend in Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego.

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Just three days after a six-ton killer whale battered and drowned his trainer in front of a horrified crowd,  SeaWorld  opened again this weekend in Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego.

Of Man and (Killer) Whales

Just three days after a six-ton killer whale battered and drowned his trainer in front of a horrified crowd, SeaWorld opened again this weekend in Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego.

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