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Posted: 9:25 AM Mar 30, 2011
Killer Whale Involved in Trainer's Death Returns to SeaWorld
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)
The killer whale that drowned a trainer at Orlando's SeaWorld facility last year is slated to perform for the first time since the death.
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  • by Dark Angel on Apr 12, 2011 at 11:48 AM
    We saw the killer whales in a show, however, they are meant to be out in the wild and are unpredictable. When one goes into the water with a dangerous killer whale they know the possibilities of being hurt or death. One of the circus elephant killed someone a while back. All are SLAVES for human delight and we got rid of slavery decades ago.
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