The complete "One Ocean" Shamu killer whale show One Ocean at SeaWorld San Diego.
June 2017 SeaWorld San Diego has now replaced "One Ocean" with a new Orca show, Orca Encounter.
Park officials said it’s more educational than theatrical when compared to the previous orca show, One Ocean.
“The way they've trained them was very interesting,” said Linda Beckwith, who watched the show. One Ocean was discontinued earlier this year after a documentary film criticized the park’s treatment of captive orcas.
SeaWorld is ending its breeding program
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SeaWorld, I am ghosting 👻 you and will never visit your parks unless you do the right thing and release the remaining animals you hold captive into seaside sanctuaries. Your dark history is haunting you—more than 40 orcas have died on your watch.
You people down here in the comments make me sick. If you’re going to complain, KEEP IT TO YOUR FRICKING SELF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🤬😡 SeaWorld only does this for the good of these beauties. If they were to be released into the wild, they would die. SeaWorld has stopped their breeding program, so STOP THIS RIGHT NOW. IM TIRED OF IT.
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Please don't lie whatever you say that's evil whatever it means you don't it doesn't mean that you're actually like that Charlie Wilson's ages I love those things people that give you stuff animals are killer whales that have I mean they act like they're not as everyone else likes in this what do you know once you know those people and you think about them just imagine them mean
Let them free please let Dorcas free and Tiny space they're supposed to be there only having the half of their swimming lesson they're going to die in there the last time I was in there over there there was one that would even move at all you don't check your animals you don't even think nice and then you don't even even if we see you you act nice and I know you're evil so back off and stop trying to hide it like haters back off no one cares still matters of all those poor animals they're just quit it doesn't matter of all those people that want to see orcas and stuff orcas need to be free I'm finna go cuz even though I want to see them it doesn't matter let them go let them free please
I just watched a video about what you guys are hiding from a SeaWorld you know if I tell you guys this everyone will hate you if they want if they read this guess what I hate you guys because you keeping the car and small places your honey you're putting ink on them for sunburns you know what I'm going to give you bed rate I'm going to tell all my friends to give you better once you guys are gone everyone forget about you and trust me gone because you're not treating all your animals nicely and once were gone and my time you're probably mean to them listen to me they're in the Saint you're not even supposed to be holding them even especially with them in the first place I'm never coming back to SeaWorld Angry Bird game
I don’t think you guys understand. They get lots of food and clearly have a big swimming area. They have shows every few hours. Yes it might be tiring for the orcas, but they are getting the exercise and are not stuck in the same place.
honey xxx They can glide from one end of every single back pool to the other while barely moving their tail. Several whales have a VERY stocky build, bordering obesity almost, in cases of whales such as Katina, due to the lack of exercise. Almost all exercise comes in training sessions and shows. It is literally not tiring for the orcas at all, it's under-stimulating, they are known to swim not far under a hundred miles a day in the wild, with some wild whale pods actually making journeys of 500 to 600 miles in just one week, INCLUDING calves.
you know i'm gonna try to buy seaworld and then as soon as I buy it I will shut down the whole park and release every animal there and everybody who agree's with me to set the animals free will get to watch them be released with me
Sea World has no right to steal whales from our ocean and then charge us to see them. These animals belong in the ocean, hands down. I don't understand why this company is not being held for charges of ripping the world's animals from them and stealing them and taking possession like they own them. YOU CANNOT OWN A WHALE, A DOLPHIN, ETC. This film is disgusting because you show orcas in the wild yet you keep them in a concrete tank and you can't take care of them and glorify your with a small child who doesn't know better. Your delightful music doesn't fool me. These "trainers" are nothing but low paid kids who are so enamored by this job, they will do anything to keep it. You use them just like you use the whales. I feel sorry for them and the whales. They are all being used, but the whales no better, these kids don't. These kids do your lying to the public for you. You just sit in the office collecting the money and then go see orcas in the wild in your yachts, while you laugh at the people who come and pay their hard earned money in your fake park. You lie and tell people how much you know about whales and you know nothing, and you make people think that your "fake research" helps us learn more about whale and in fact you know nothing, and you haven't done any research. I can't wait until your company is closed forever. I'm working on it! They will find out you have killed 40 whales in your park and countless whales in the ocean capturing these whales. Your lies about life span is ridiculous, and your whole business plan is ridiculous. Everyone up here who sees this lie, please write:
Secretary of Agriculture
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Room 200-A
Washington, DC 20250
and plead with him to make Sea World and Seaquarium stop their lies and make them give up the whales to seaside sanctuaries.
Don't let their lies of saving wildlife and music tell you they are doing something good. They have permanently altered orcas pods who may never recover because they obliterated these pods by harpooning and shooting and bombing them, in order to steal these whales. Every word out of their mouths are nothing but lies. Those whales are miserable and drugged to keep them from committing suicide in a life a captivity. STOP ACCEPTING THIS BARBARIC BEHAVIOR BY THESE MONEY HUNGRY COMPANIES, OPEN YOUR EYES. TELL SEA WORLD AND SEAQUARIUM IN MIAMI NO MORE CAPTIVITY. NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY!NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY!
SHAMU is dead and died at the age of 6. NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY! NO MORE CAPTIVITY!
The color of black and white on the skin of dolphins look like a male reproductive organ, which was the bad luck for me and my husband after we came to Seaworld for watching their performance back in 2001, the first year I reunited with my husband in the United States.
Seaworld helps whales thay don't catch the whales they save them and they help them when they're injured so if you believe in helping animals and believe in makeing a difference go out clean beaches and stop the Little popularization of whales and dolphins and sharks seaworld makes a difference. So work side by side and help each other and keep our one ocean the ocean it can be!❤️❤️
Jayna DiGenova Not a single killer whale at a SeaWorld park is a rescue. And there haven't been any rescues at SeaWorld since 1977. Out of 63 whales they've held at their parks, about 33 or so were captive-bred, 1 was rescued, and the other 29 were captured from the wild. And that ONE rescue wasn't even rescued by SeaWorld, they literally bought her from Seattle Marine Aquarium.
Dalek Duc How much fun is that? Eating food is something they can do within seconds, playing with a ball usually only lasts a couple minutes, a rubdown doesn't last more than about a minute or two, most of the reinforcements they get are such a minor part of their day that it's completely pointless. Yes, the whales in the show pool may be actually active and finally engaging in something, but the whales in the back very rarely engage in anything outside of training sessions, they literally just float there.
Everyone saying the animals are "forced" to perform, because everyone knows that a human being can force a 12,000 lb animal to do anything. Every show you see, not just at SeaWorld, but at every marine park, is basically another play session with the animals and their trainers. Before SeaWorld trainers can even touch a whale, they spend 6 months standing outside the tank and working to establish a relationship with the animals. In order for the trainer to adequately do their jobs, the animal has to trust them completely and the feeling must be mutual. When new trainers are hired at SeaWorld, they are watched incredibly closely by Senior workers to guarantee they're making the right connections with the animals. If the animals don't like the trainer and don't fully trust them, that trainer is either demoted to another area of the park or they're fired. Those trainers love those whales like their own children and miss holidays with their families to care for them, not because of pay, but because of their genuine love for those whales. Those trainers have admitted multiple times they wouldn't stay at SeaWorld if there was any animal cruelty happening in front of them. Every jump or trick that the whales do at SeaWorld is actually very enjoyable for them because they enjoy the stimulation of it and they enjoy spending time with their trainers. The love and trust between trainer and animal is so unbelievably strong.
KawaiiYanderlee Just because the animals cannot be released doesn't mean they are in excellent care. They die of unnatural diseases regularly at incredibly young ages even in recent years. Pneumonia's basically the only natural killer of whales in captivity, and it almost always gets them pretty young. The average age for wild males is 30, only Tilly and Uly ever made it, SeaWorld's been open for twice that time. The average age for females if 50 years, Corky is the only animal ever to reach it at SeaWorld (and Lolita reached it at Miami Seaquarium). Freak accidents of all sorts of magnitude have happened, usually as a result of poor environment. How tf did Katina get that hole in her dorsal fin? Did she do what Nakai did 6 years ago? How did Kotar's head get crushed by a gate if their enclosures are "state of the art." Why does the "restaurant-quality" food say "not for human consumption" on the label? Why is inbreeding permitted when SeaWorld literally has birth control for the animals? Why are the records of the orcas' medication not public? How come Corky being 53 means that all whales at SeaWorld live longer than wild whales, when she's an outlier and currently the maximum age for captivity, when whales like Granny can live as long as 104 years in the wild, or males like Ruffles can live 58 years? Why is it that the "state-of-the-art" environments are too shallow for the whales, leaving them exposed to mosquito bites, sunburns, and dorsal collapse as they're floating on the top? Why is the only environmental stimulation given to whales consist of a couple of rocks in a tank at SeaWorld San Diego? Where are the pebble beaches they need to rub dead skin off? Where is the live food SeaWorld said it may use as a form of enrichment? How is it that whales are regularly left unattended if they have so many trainers for each individual whale?
Indeed. Let's also mention that if the whales aren't cooperating or don't want to perform altogether, they either wait for them or cancel the show.
People really have no idea what they're talking about. I used to be anti-cap just barely a year ago, but unlike all these crybabies, I actually did my research and discovered that these whales are in excellent care and can't really be released into the wild. Honestly, the only thing I see dislikeable about SW are the barren tanks - but guess what! That was something that could have been improved and _was_ going to be improved (Blue World Project) had it not been for the amount of anti-caps out there. smfh.
I wanted to see Shamu up close the one year as a kid. I took those few steps down when I realized just how incredibly huge he was stuff like that can easily scare u if ur not careful I'm way to freaked out to even watch Free Willy or with whales at all
kristin amanda thimas All orcas at the parks are called "Shamu." I don't know what year this was in, but if I did know a year, I could easily identify the real name based on the names of the adult males.
Braden Haggart I don't remember a. Lot cause of how old I was but I do remember the announcer saying his name was Shamu. If he really isn't then they need to stop saying so and call him by his real name. Do you happen to know what it is?
All Star Pterosaur At SeaWorld, the dorsal fins are my main use. But in San Diego there are a lot of females so you have to go by any freckles as well as saddle patches. The identification of an orca's ecotype is usually based off of where the animal was captured, in Washington there's really only Southern residents. In Canada, it's Bigg's transients and Northern residents. And then there's Sandy, a member of an unknown pod, either one of those three or the California transients. She was rescued by Seattle Marine Aquarium and sent to SeaWorld San Diego in 1973, then died at SeaWorld Orlando in 1977.
All Star Pterosaur They're Icelandic residents. You're thinking of Miami Seaquarium. SeaWorld used to exhibit Southern residents in the 60's and 70's, though: Shamu, Kandu, Ramu, Kilroy, Kandu III, Kona, Canuck, Frankie, and Winston were Southern residents. Technically, Keet, Kalia, Amaya, and Tuar are part Southern resident (Keet & Tuar are 25%, Kalia is 12.5%, and Amaya, Keet's granddaughter and Kalia's daughter, is 6.25%).
I support sea world because I have a leg amputation so I cannot just go to the rocky sea shore and all you people who do not like sea world do you like zoos because those treat animals way worse than marine parks
KawaiiYanderlee It's not necessarily abuse, it's simple neglect of their living conditions. Trainers know the whales are living shorter lives in captivity and quite a few are admitting to it. Sunburns are a real issue with the whales, mosquito bites have killed whales as recently as 2007, dorsal collapse is still an ongoing thing in adult males such as Ikaika, Tuar, and Trua, social aggression is still ongoing between whales such as Ulises and Corky and Katina and Trua.
A sea pen is in no way a bad option, it is not going to "cause disease," and SeaWorld actually knows this considering they've been throwing away bottlenose dolphins born at their parks to the US Navy's sea pens, as well as other places such as Dolphin Research Center, Dolphins Plus Bayside, and Theater of the Sea. There are way more diseases in captivity than the wild, anyway, whenever a wild cetacean was captured, it HAD to get its shots or it was a guarantee that the animal would die within days of a disease it had never been exposed to, it's like taking Native Americas from the New World to the Old World after centuries of disconnection, once you do it, new diseases are going to kill people that are outside of their natural element unless they are heavily vaccinated and placed on a very large number of antibiotics.
HAHAHAHA. Yeah because you're gonna hit or yell at an animal that could tear you to shreds faster than you could sneeze every day, right? They're trained. _Voluntarily_ trained. When you train your dog to sit and give you its paw, you don't need to abuse it, now do you? Give me a break.
LET THEM GO! You should not keep wild creatures from their natural habitats, breed females with their sons, and seperate children from their parents, like SeaWorld is doing! It is so SICKENING! GET THEM OUT! These orcas are driven to desperation! Have you seen what happened with Tilikum? He killed a trainer! No orca would normally do that in the wild! Now, SeaWorld, tell me what you are doing is GOOD for the orca! We have no right to do this to these poor animals!
1. SW was responsible for the capture of 12 killer whales between 1976 and 1978, including Katina. SeaWorld staff were onboard the capture vessels of all whales captured in Iceland up until October of 1978, with Katina and another unnamed whale being the last whales captured, the unnamed whale died in Iceland.
2. Katina gave birth to Nalani back in 2006. The sire, Taku, is her son. Unna gave birth to a stillborn calf that same year, the sire is presumed to be Keet, her nephew, but he's actually the best case scenario because she was also living with several of her half-brothers. Not a single male at the park wasn't related to her. SeaWorld also sent four whales on "breeding loan," all four whales aside from Tekoa and Keto, who are both males, are related to each other.
3. Luna was NOT released, he was killed by a tugboat after separation from his mother and seeking the attention of humans. There was no other option for him in terms of his social needs, and they should've captured him in a sea pen and released him much sooner the way they did for Springer. As for Keiko, he died of PNEUMONIA. He was perfectly capable of surviving, even without a pod, he just craved human attention. These whales would be released in groups, and almost certainly would stick together considering they tend to pick favorite companions in captivity already, whales like Corky, Orkid, and Keet would most certainly stick together, and probably Shouka in that group as well. Kasatka's descendants (aside from Takara and her family) are INCREDIBLY close to each other. Katina's descendants are very close to each other, as are Kayla, Malia, and Trua. All of the whales have formed close bonds with at least one other member of their pod.
4. The whales regularly float at the surface, they get much less exercise than in the wild because they're a migratory species that isn't able to travel a far distance. They are literally capable of swimming across the entire tank by simply gliding. The whales are not used for research that can help wild whales, they're used in hormonal studies and reproductive studies for the most part, absolutely no new information about wild whales that could help us save them has come from it except for orca gestation, something Marineland of the Pacific taught us well before SeaWorld back in 1977. Despite constant healthcare, the whales still routinely contract diseases that are either not found in the wild or are simply much more rare in the wild, SeaWorld literally makes a point to say "it's in the wild, too," yet it ALWAYS fails to state to what degree it's found in the wild with the exception of pneumonia. Anti-caps are not responsible for their actions, we pressured them for sea pens, instead they decided "we'll stop breeding." That's not enough, it still damns the remaining whales at their parks to a life lacking the constant stimulation they need in terms of regular socialization with a very large number of individuals, large superpod gatherings, rubbing beaches, hunting, and natural social hierarchies.
Shut up for a month.
1. SW wasn't responsible for taking any orcas out of the wild, and they stopped doing that ages ago. All they do is train them, and care for them of course.
2. I don't know any male or female that bred with their own children. Start naming them if you please.
3. They can't be out. Half of these were born in the wild. Never heard of what happened to Keiko or Luna?
4. What they're doing that's good for the orcas? Ok: they give them constant exercise, they feed them every day more than any wild orca could feed itself, they use them for research, they interact with them every day, they treat them with respect, they are in constant care of their health. They _were_ going to extend the size of the tanks and decorate them, but oooohhhh, guess what, anti-caps threw that project down the drain. Thanks for nothing.
You have to admit it is a pretty amazing show. Sea World does a great job of doing things spectacular and entertaining for our enjoyment. Makes you wonder what else in our lives is being played off as good or simply spectacular for our enjoyment that is secretly evil as well
Braden Haggart, I believe when Jacqueline Ohlöft here said “freedom for all animals” I assumed that she meant the entirety of Seaworld. And to that I say: see “Seaworld rescue and rehabilitation program”
Alright kid, since it's obvious you don't know what's actually going on, allow me to explain: the show animals at the park aren't forced to do tricks and things like that, for the animals, it's just playtime, the animals get fed treats for playing. Sounds fun right? Yup it is for them too.
And see "sea world rescue and rehabilitation program."
Chris Hansen A lot. They also pay a TON for the semen. They have also done the same thing with three other males: Ulises and Keet at SeaWorld San Diego, and a male in Argentina in a HIGHLY subpar living condition named Kshamenk.
Braden Haggart I’m not saying SeaWorld is perfect but and ex SeaWorld employee told us that orcas get plenty of stimulation behind the scenes, but I agree with literally everything else you said. Nice to see someone not spamming “SUE SEAWORLD” and actually being civil in their arguments
Lil T H I C C I Proper pet care is possible in captivity, in their current environments, proper care of killer whales in captivity is nearly impossible, only really being accomplished a couple times, and even then, they're still bored out of their mind. There's nothing to stimulate them, a training session here or there and two or three shows a day is the ONLY mental stimulation the whales get, as well as a few plastic toys they'd get bored of in 15 minutes.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. If orcas were only fed after successfully performing a trick, they would've all starved by now.
this was after a show. they aren't doing any tricks to obtain food. shut up.
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