- Jul 18, 2015
The California Coastal Commission has announced that seaworld san diego can no longer breed its killer whales or transport them. I will say, it is definitely a bad day for seaworld:-(
Pretzel Kaiser said:From what I understand, this was one condition of allowing the huge new Orca habitat there. I'm curious about the details and if it will actually have a long term affect on SW as a whole.
They have simular plan in the pipe line for both other parks. San Diego was chosen as the first one as because they have been taking more heat then the other parks.Eric said:I believe if they have the actual power to stop the breeding, they could not do the blue world project in san diego and continue to breed the whales. Then they could do the expansion at another seaworld.(preferably orlando)