After a lifetime in captivity, the window for freeing Lolita, the Miami Seaquarium's star orca, may be closed, activists say. As the campaign to free her continues to rage, they question whether freeing Lolita is in her best interest. McClatchy Alexa Ard and Brittany Peterson / McClatchy
After a lifetime in captivity, the window for freeing Lolita, the Miami Seaquarium's star orca, may be closed, activists say. As the campaign to free her continues to rage, they question whether freeing Lolita is in her best interest. McClatchy Alexa Ard and Brittany Peterson / McClatchy

Lolita may never go free. And that could be what’s best for her, scientists say

November 20, 2017 07:00 AM