Posted Monday, January 9, 2017 9:39 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Fifty years of splashes, twirls and and leaps into the air came to an end Sunday as SeaWorld’s 11 killer whales took their final entertainment-laden bow. When the black-and-white behemoths return with “Orca Encounter” this summer, park planners promise a more naturalistic storyline and performance.
Read more from The San Diego Union-Tribune.
It's about time. I was forced to perform in a stage production in 2nd grade and I'm still paying for it in emotional stress, failed relationships and therapy bills. I can only imagine what these poor whales are going through.
They're going through a whole lotta fish.
More accurately (and literally), a whole lotta fish are going through them.
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