Liller whale Tilikum, right, watches as SeaWorld Orlando trainers take a break during a training session at the theme park's Shamu Stadium in Orlando in this photo from 2011. SeaWorld is ending its practice of killer whale breeding following years of controversy over keeping orcas in captivity.
Liller whale Tilikum, right, watches as SeaWorld Orlando trainers take a break during a training session at the theme park's Shamu Stadium in Orlando in this photo from 2011. SeaWorld is ending its practice of killer whale breeding following years of controversy over keeping orcas in captivity. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP file 2011
Liller whale Tilikum, right, watches as SeaWorld Orlando trainers take a break during a training session at the theme park's Shamu Stadium in Orlando in this photo from 2011. SeaWorld is ending its practice of killer whale breeding following years of controversy over keeping orcas in captivity. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP file 2011

SeaWorld says it will end killer whale breeding program

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