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Bad Shamu: Trainer Hospitalized After SeaWorld Killer Whale Attacks; 'Pulled Down Twice'
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SAN DIEGO, California -- A killer whale attacked a trainer during a show Wednesday at SeaWorld Adventure Park, sending the man to the hospital but sparing him serious injury, authorities said.

Firefighters were prepared to rescue the 33-year-old trainer from the pool after receiving a call at 5 p.m. that Shamu, the killer whale, may have injured a trainer, said Maurice Luque, a department spokesman. The man escaped before the crew arrived.

"He was pulled down at least twice by the whale and then let go," Luque said. "He did not have life-threatening injuries. He was conscious the whole time."

Luque referred additional questions to SeaWorld. Officials at the park did not immediately respond to phone messages.

According to the SeaWorld's Web site, a show at 4:30 p.m. "blends new killer whale behaviors with elaborate set pieces, music, choreography and state-of-the-art multimedia." The show is set to music recorded by the Czech Philharmonic Opera.

The unidentified trainer was taken to UCSD Medical Center, Luque said.

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I've said it before, I'll say it again: Despite the fact that many of these creatures are raised (and trained) in captivity, they are still WILD ANIMALS and will behave accordingly at times. No one should ever be shocked when something like this happens - or condemn the animal. Orcas have no business being held in captivity by the greedy, inhumane humans who obviously have no respect for these majestic creatures or their welfare.
   comment# 1   - Debra G. · Tacoma, WA - US · Nov 30, 2006 @ 12:04pm

I agree with what Ms. Debra said but I think the only reason that a wild animal should be in captivity is only if they need to be rescused to save the speices or for a good reason!
   comment# 2   - Savanna · FL,US · Dec 1, 2006 @ 2:28pm

bad trainer
   comment# 3   - matthew · us nj · Dec 17, 2006 @ 8:18am

The whale was stupid for doing that to its trainer and the whale should be put in the ocean as soon as possible.
   comment# 4   - Andrea Lindsey Curtis · Silex Mo · Dec 19, 2006 @ 12:38pm

The whale was stupid for doing that to the trainer? Come on now, these mammals should be free, we as humans are the stupid ones!!!
   comment# 5   - Mekhaela · New Zealand · Jan 7, 2007 @ 7:49pm

When dealing with contained wild animals risks are mitigated as much as possible however, they will continue to occur - the bottom line "it's all about the money".
   comment# 6   - G Greenwood · Montgomery, Al · Jan 8, 2007 @ 3:18pm

i think that any animal is unpredictable. humans are too. so whats the difference between the two. you can get killed by a whale and a human. but the shamu probably got tired of the same thing evey day.
   comment# 7   - gabriel ahnee · waipahu , hawaii · Feb 3, 2007 @ 7:21pm

Shamu is too cute =] and i agree with everyone, whales shouldn't even be in captivity. and Greenwood is right, it IS all about the money. i mean for real! if you wanna see a whale, go rent a boat and drive out into the middle of the ocean. you might get a bonus and see a shark or two. and i dont blame shamu, i would have attacked him too if he was standing on my nose and making me jump through the air.
   comment# 8   - Ana · U.S · Feb 5, 2007 @ 10:21am

Whales should not be kept in captivity. They are wild animals, they should not be put in small tanks. Think about it they are use to being in the ocean then they get put in a tank. Obviously they are going to me mean sometimes, they are not with their family. They are just like us.
   comment# 9   - Kelly · US · Mar 1, 2007 @ 7:41pm

i personally think that it is kinda funny..but in a scary way. the whale should be tranquiled and then put out to perform a show. this kids won't notice the difference in the whales lazziness.
   comment# 10   - Asryn · Us · Mar 5, 2007 @ 7:02am

I personally think that animals should not be held in captivity. But at the same time I think that Shamu is always puting on a wonderful show and I agree with Ana when she said that Shamu is too cute! Oh, I almost forgot to tell you guys that even though I don't think that animals should be held in captivity, I really want you guys to keep Shamu because even though Shamu may have been taken from his family I really think that Shamu woudn't mind staying there anyway because he already has a huge family of Killer Whales and also all of his trainers already with him at Sea World!
   comment# 11   - Alexis Meadow Park Ms. · Irvine,U.S.A. · Mar 18, 2007 @ 3:55pm

well i personally think that whales should be in the wild and not in captivity. but we all must remember that whales are like us humans in a way, they can get grumpy like us. and shamu probably didn't mean to attack his or her trainer. shamu was probley grumpy. so you can't allways say whales are stupid. they're smart.
   comment# 12   - catherine · U.S.A. · Mar 29, 2007 @ 4:22pm

Love killer whales!!!! I agree with most of the above. Shamu(killer whales) are very smart.Maybe having a bad day. I agree they should not be in captivity. Shamu and all the whales at sea world have been in captivity so long that they could not survive in the wild.I don't know about the CAli sea world but here in Orlando if they are having a bad day they do not make them preform. They have meantion that they are havinmg a bad day so go on with the show with the other whales.
   comment# 13   - Lori · Palm Harbor Florida · Apr 3, 2007 @ 5:00pm

My favorite animal is the orca....and I have to say that unfortunately I wasn't able to experience seeing one in person...and finally this year I will be going to seaworld...yes, they have feelings like we do and should be forgiven just like we expect to be when we get upset....But if Shamu wasn't able to be viewed, millions would never get the experience of a life time........yes, seaworld is profiting off of Shamu...but they have given millions of children a reason to smile...and that is worth way more then money. If they ever decide to put him back in the deep blue sea I would be afraid that he wouldnt survive...but if that decision is made..I know one thing...I would truly miss him
   comment# 14   - Shannon · Bronx, New York · May 14, 2007 @ 2:27pm

This is the way Orcas should live. I caught this on Easter Sunday 2007. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sbthJBAXVQ
   comment# 15   - Jorge Cazenave · San Isidro-Argentina · May 15, 2007 @ 2:19pm

I personally agree with most of the reader's and their comments that whales should not be held in captivity. That they should be free and roaming with their families, not stuck in a cage doing stunts for human entertainment. Whales just like us have feelings too. If we put ourselves in their shoes then we might become wild too, because we have no family, no playmates, and no freedom. It's just like the wars we fought for freedom (ex. civil war) we went as wild as the shamu maybe much more worse, trying to earn our freedom. So, I believe that it is not Shamu's fault it may not have been the trainer's fault either, but something went wrong, something had bothered Shamu. He wouldn't attack someone just like that.
   comment# 16   - Kavia · Bronx, New York · May 24, 2007 @ 6:30am

Don't agree with keeping whales in captivity? Then don't go and see them and discourage others from going. If nobody went to seaworld, those whales would be in the ocean before you could say "banktrupt" !
   comment# 17   - Les · UK · Jun 11, 2007 @ 5:39pm

We all have to remeber that they are still wild amimals not matter how long they have been in captivity. We should always be cautions and give them there space. Yes, the whale was wrong but it should not be punished or euthaninized for that reason. I dont think that we need to keep catching whales in the wild. They have made it against the law to kill a killer whale so why dont they make it a law so that people cant go a catch them and bring them back into captivity. Also that when there is a calf born in captivity i think that they should turn one of they older whales out after that calf reaches about a year and the older whale enjoy the rest of his life like god put him on this earth to do. if we keep takeing them out of the ocean and not putting them back then pretty soon there wont be any killer whales left.
   comment# 18   - Denise · ATL, Georgia · Jun 18, 2007 @ 5:12pm

i have no sympathy.. if i was kidnapped from the ocean and put into a paddling pool expected to perform everyday i would want to kill someone aswel. why don't they wake up and stop being so greedy. i would love it one day if the creater of any WILD animal park got locked up in a small room for the rest of their life and expected to perform tricks everyday. this really gets me angry. We as human beings need to stop this cruel greediness. it makes me sick.
   comment# 19   - Jane · england · Jun 19, 2007 @ 3:46am

I love animals and I am amused by the sea and all the creatures that live in it. So what if they are held in captivity? they just do that because not every person can go out to the sea and see animals in the wild. I think that attacking the man was a normal thing. maybe it was playing, like dogs growl when theyre playing. you cant blame it on the whale or seaworld. it was just an accident.
   comment# 20   - Katie · Texas · Jun 26, 2007 @ 8:40pm

I love whales...And I really hope that they don't do anything to . As Miss Katie says, you can't blame it on the whale Shamu. He does a FANTASTIC preformance. It's a good experience for kids..
   comment# 21   - Katelynn · Logen/Utah · Jul 19, 2007 @ 9:30pm

I Love killer whales i would love to do what they do in the shamu show its been my dream to swim with them. But the thing is i couldnt do it because its wrong the belong in the wild with there family could you imagine your self without your family? huh ? The killer whale proberly got bord of doing the same show day in day out!!! Its just like us when we go to work and when we get in we are so tired imagine how the killer whale feels!! Pretty boring!! LET THEM GO FREE KEEP THEM FROM CAPTIVITY!!!!!
   comment# 22   - Robinson · usa · Jul 26, 2007 @ 6:34pm

Dear Makhaela of New Zealand, yes some humans are stupid and you are a perfect example.
   comment# 23   - shamu · ocean city, peru · Aug 16, 2007 @ 1:45pm

have no word'z it's just sooooooo kool
   comment# 24   - Gassan · Sana'a Yemen · Aug 26, 2007 @ 9:00am

Does anyone know why they don't use the original Shamu in the shows anymore?
   comment# 25   - Colleen · Sun CIty, Ca. · Aug 26, 2007 @ 8:10pm

It makes me sick that people are making money off of wild animals in captivity- I feel nothing but distain for trainers of wild animals I only wish you would have been held under water longer...LET THE ANIMALS BE
   comment# 26   - Kyle · Pittsburgh PA USA · Sep 3, 2007 @ 6:29pm

i think seaworld is awesome and the shamu show is to jajajaj
   comment# 27   - allan · el,paso · Nov 19, 2007 @ 10:53am

THE ORCA IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE ANIMALS ALSO BUT JUST LIKE MEN THEY ARE MAMMALS SO THE ARE UNTRUSTWORTHY LOL
   comment# 28   - NAOMI · LOS ANGELES = CALIFORNIA · Dec 28, 2007 @ 12:42pm

all whales should be trained because a killer whale can attack a person and can kill them
   comment# 29   - kayleigh teppett · United kingdom · Jan 4, 2008 @ 10:12am

i think that it's seaworld's fault, because they are provoking them with moves that the orcas would do in the wild to their pray. it's like i said yesterday, you can't get your knickers in a bundle because you have to expect these things. no matter how knackered you are after the show, you should take every precaution to make sure that no Yank or anybody else, for that matter gets hurt, becuase it's not really shamu's fault, it's the Yanks. they should just put in all the effort they can until they're so knackered, they fall asleep on the job. they also have to stop making the orcas rely on the food they're getting fed. it's just total and complete rubbish how the animals are treated! and the yanks that run seaworld better do something about it soon!
   comment# 30   - Selena · Australia · Feb 3, 2008 @ 11:07am

Ok. Yeah the whale went a little crazy. Thats expected. The trainer nor the whale loses or gains anything in this circumstance. Yes the whale is a wild animal, before you go saying that it needs to be set free, have a reason to back it up. Next, as far as the trainer goes, the trainer understands his job, he/she knows what is at risk and the trainer is fine. Drama isn't needed.
   comment# 31   - Hope Voegele · Waco, Texas · Feb 7, 2008 @ 7:53pm

Those that believe that animals should not be in captivity are hypocrites if u have a cat or a dog or a bird or any normal pet, because all of those animals have wild instincts as well and any pet you have should be in the wild not in ur home. I do agree though with those that are saying animals are unpredictable just like humans are. If you have a dog, then you know that today he maybe fine but tomorrow he may snap at u and u don't know why. No one knows why Shamu attacked his trainer and no one will ever know. Shamu wouldn't be able to be released into the wild because yes he may have the instincts but he doesn't have all of them. He wouldn't be excepted into a pod/family and would be alone his whole life. Depending on when he was brought into SeaWorld depends on how much he knows about being out in the wild. I guess what i'm trying to say is an animal that lives in captivity and becomes dependent on humans for food and everything else can not be released into the wild because that animal wouldn't survive.
   comment# 32   - Mary Grace · Tennesse · Feb 19, 2008 @ 12:45am

I kind of agree with all the other writers whales shouldn't be held in captivity. but then again i also think it is cool that they have whales do shows it currently turned my frown upside down when i went i loved it but i'm not surprised that he attacked all wild animals do sooner or later.
   comment# 33   - Kaitlyn · Brigham,UT · Feb 26, 2008 @ 7:34am

Just so we're clear, killer whales are dolphins. fyi.
   comment# 34   - Pam · Beaufort, NC · Mar 14, 2008 @ 2:37pm

HOW CAN SHAMU BE IN SAN ANTONIO AND SAN DEIGO AT THE SAME TIME
   comment# 35   - BIANCA · TEXAS LAREDO · Apr 19, 2008 @ 5:15pm

But i believe that they should be in captivity to learn more about the whales and to grow a bond with them.
   comment# 36   - Anonymous · Bartow, Florida · May 2, 2008 @ 6:56pm

i loved seaworld and when i become 18 or older i would love to work in seaworld with all the sea animals.
   comment# 37   - harpreet kaur · irvine california · May 19, 2008 @ 5:29pm

There has never been an aggressive attack on a human by a Killer Whale in the wild despite the fact Transient Killer whales eat ANY mammal... Maybe we should leave them in the wild where they are meant to be!!
   comment# 38   - Orca Girl · Canada · May 20, 2008 @ 8:28am

I think thats crazy that happened to the trainer, and I agree with most of the comments. But I wouldn't want to see him alone for the rest of his life like Mary Grace said if we were to set him into the wild!
   comment# 39   - Chotsie · Oklahoma City · May 20, 2008 @ 2:15pm

Killer Whales could be in captivity or the wild. There are advantages in both. If a couple orca are in a Marine Park and get fed all the time, have adequate food and facilities, receives applause and enthusiasm from millions of people, has research done so we can better understand the animal, creates VERY special bonds with its trainers, and helps more people learn about Killer Whales and want to help them, I tihnk the Orca have a pretty good life. There are still thousands of orca in the wild. Also, this trainer wasn't just attacked because the orca felt like attacking someone, it was because the Killer Whale was distracted by the orca in another pool, and got mixed signals from its trainer. You have to be open-minded to the advantages of killer whales in the wild AND killer whales in captivity.
   comment# 40   - Amanda · Idaho, US · May 20, 2008 @ 7:09pm

FIRST OF ALL. . . the trainer didnt deserve what happened ( like some of you sick mental people stated that he deserved to have that happen to him) he was doing his job. He did not bring the whale into the park. And so what if animals and fish are placed in captivity. It gives us something to learn about, there are a few whales safe who will get a meal tonight. And i can promise you that shamu wont be in your can of tuna any time soon. You have to remember. . . And this is to the ones crying about captivity. If you have a pet. Dog, cat, mouse, fish, bug,horse. You are just as guilty and even more. Your pets are not famoues, and im sure shamu gets better care then your pets. So who are you to speak!
   comment# 41   - Wave Crusher · San Diego * Ca * USA · Jun 22, 2008 @ 11:13pm

I think that all you 'anti-captivity' geeks are rediculously annoying :)
   comment# 42   - Aim · England · Jul 18, 2008 @ 9:08am

the whale should be left out into the ocean for the trainer and the whales sake , they are going to have rare behaviour at times
   comment# 43   - lauren · uk · Aug 26, 2008 @ 3:24am

All of the comments above are vaild reasons to agree or disagree, however the trainer would of known about the whales change of behaviour, and would of been trained on how to act if it happenend. The trainers are putting themselfs at risk by taking up a job like this. I have seen Shamu's stunts and they are pretty amazing but i do agree that all killer whales should be lefted alone. however you cant help but watch the acts performed by the whale as it is rare to see.
   comment# 44   - Joesaphine · England · Oct 21, 2008 @ 2:02pm

I think the trainer deserved it. How about we put a whistle in the Orca's mouth and make the trainer swim around a tank that is way too small for them and make them jump thru hoops. I think its cruel to have these beautiful creatures locked up in a tiny enclosure when there is the whole ocean for them to explore. The Whales are just going to get angrier and angrier, and eventually one of the trainers will end up dead. Then what will they do??? Kill the whale of course. Us Man are inconsiderate and we should put the shoe on the other foot.
   comment# 45   - kelly wilton · adelaide, australia · Nov 4, 2008 @ 4:43am

I have been to Florida six times and I am only eleven and every time I go to sea world. But every single time I go me my mother and my father watch the whale shows and never before in my whole entire eleven years have I seen such a beautiful animal.In school right now we are studying oceanography and my animal is the Orca and I ador the animal beyond beliefe>
   comment# 46   - Cheyenne · maine · Dec 8, 2008 @ 10:03am

whale watching is really enjoyable. i never experience to watch whale with their magnificent performance very much. i love it..........
   comment# 47   - bella jane · general santo city, philippines · Dec 14, 2008 @ 6:41pm

OK, folks. Get a grip. These animals cannot be "left" in the ocean, they were born and raised at Sea World. They wouldn't survive one season in the ocean. They should be left at Sea World, doing what they do, and we should enjoy them (and not be surprised that occasionally an animal this size is way too much for a puny human...)
   comment# 48   - John · U.S.A. · Jan 3, 2009 @ 7:16pm

I have been to San Antonio a million times and everytime i got to sea world i want ot go watch shamu! It's because ya'll train him so well he's just so much fun to watch. keep up the good work. I LOVE YOU SHAMU! I'll see u this summer.
   comment# 49   - Dakota · Levelland,Tx. · Feb 11, 2009 @ 8:08am

i havebeen to the show i thought it was so so cool. i wanted to go back. keep up the great work. love you shamu!!! i hope you keep the show going.
   comment# 50   - cassandra · australia · Feb 16, 2009 @ 6:44pm

this is not a suprise to me all whales should be free unless they are saving there live, or hlep in them from indangering there species. Which is not the case. I can not say this enough for it to get through the most stupid humans heads, that all animals (besides house pets) belong in there naturle habitat. That DOSE NOT mean that you make a biluding that will sute them because that dose not always work
   comment# 51   - Stephan Wilson 13 years old 8th gread · Swartz Creek, MI · Mar 26, 2009 @ 4:39pm

I AM LIKE A KILLER WHALES BECAUSE MY DREAM BE TRAINER AND YOU ONE DAY @ SEA WORLD SAN ANTONIO?TX I AM LIKE SHAMU SHOW
   comment# 52   - DANIEL RODRIGUEZ · SAN ANTONIO,TX · Jul 19, 2009 @ 9:38pm

what you guys are saying is not true. i want to become a marine mammal trainer, and attend the sea world resident camps. ive worked very hard to become one because i love these creatures so much. these people at sea world take extremly good care of these creature and in sea world there are no punishments! if a animal does something wrong they simply ignore the animal for 3 sec.. these trainers feed them and take VERY good care. if the animal (shamu) did not like the way he was held "captive" he wld simply not listen to the trainer at all! but shamu is happy and obeys. they build a strong relationship with the animal. it takes allot to become a trainer and this is my dream. and for your information most of the animals that are at sea world are rescued.
   comment# 53   - erin · san antonio texas · Jul 25, 2009 @ 10:42pm

Yes it's true, they are wild animals which belong in the wild. I feel bad for them but at the same time i'm not sure. I mean for some it's a once in a lifetime chance and these wild animals put smiles on so many peoples faces. The world is crazy and smiles are great. Yes i do believe it's cruel, we're take wild animals from their families but then again, if that's bad isn't having a dog the same thing? Dogs are taken away from their families when they're about 2 months old and put with a new one.. humans. These dogs were also once wild animals. These aquariums will never be like the huge ocean with plants, fish, and other animals but you never know, it might not be too bad for them. I'm on both sides. Confused. Let me know.
   comment# 54   - Shelly · Canada · Aug 11, 2009 @ 12:46pm

i find killer whales the most beatiful animals on the planet but no one seems to agree with me. i'm ellen years old and all the girls in my class want to be modles and singer i'm the only on one who want to be a marinbiolight.even with killer whales attacking i find them still the best will some one agree with me please !!!! xx
   comment# 55   - jessica · runcorn · Aug 29, 2009 @ 2:05pm

I absolutely love animals, and I think the shamu shows are fantastic- but I agree whales shouldn`t be in captivity unless they were born there or are too hurt to be in the wild. I can`t really bame shamu for attacking- he was just being a whale!
   comment# 56   - wolfie · usa · Sep 4, 2009 @ 3:28pm

Most animals in "captivity" eat better, live better, have much better health "insurance" and much longer life spans than any animals in the wild. Who knows, maybe animals were created for man in the first place.
   comment# 57   - pasjdh · Pensacola, USA · Oct 1, 2009 @ 7:03pm

I just went to Sea World Tx yesterday and the day before and made it a point to watch the Shamu show both days. Yes i think it is wrong to take animals out of their natural environments for selfish reasons but i really don't think that is the case with Sea World. Sure money is involved and it makes a lot of people rich but it also pays for a lot of the resources for the animals that are there. Most of the animals are rescued or have been born there. If they were to release the animals now they wouldn't survive because the instincts aren't as there as other whales not born in captivity. I spoke to the trainer about the whales temperament and she told me that the whales are like us and have good days and bad. on the bad days she said they simply stay out of the pool and let them be. I think the shows are wonderful. watching the trainer swim with the whale shows us how loveable they are as well as playful and also how ridiculously intelligent they are. I think being able to see them so up close and personal make us less likely to hunt them and more prone to help preserve them. But that is just my opinion. :O)
   comment# 58   - sara · San Antonio USA · Jan 1, 2010 @ 7:41pm

Wow, I can't beleive that!
   comment# 59   - mm · mm · Feb 24, 2010 @ 4:24pm

why did the orca attacked the trainer
   comment# 60   - josephine · niagagara falls ny · Mar 1, 2010 @ 7:32am

i agree just as humans invade whales and kill them i think they have the right to have there bad days and duh theyre going to hurt the trainer the trainer is holding it agiansed it's will just like a slave i say give them theyre freedom and no one gets hurt
   comment# 61   - jjkkiiuuhhvv · jjkkiihhuu · Mar 3, 2010 @ 3:49pm

whales have brains too .no whale wants to b held in a pool .thats like taking an innocent man from his family, throw him in prison and tell him to dance for the warden .the whale wanted to get his point across therefore drowning his trainers .so how do u get a whale to stop...let it go or kill it .one or the other ..THERE CALLED KILLER WHALES ,their very smart and yes can be friendly with humans but at the end of the day their still wild animals whos name consists of the word KILLER .
   comment# 62   - jay major · rochester ny · Mar 5, 2010 @ 10:01am

I agree with all of the above. SEA WORLD SUCKS!! If no one has seen the movie The Cove I recommend you watch it. Not only do i feel for the whales but the dolphins as well. Everyday the animals are given medicine because they get ulcers from being under stress. These animals are ment to be in the wild in their natural habitat not being made to perform. I of course feel for the death of this trainer but honestly it is just a clue that these parks need to be closed down. This is not the first time an incident like this has happened is it not about time that someone speaks up cause I feel like things are only going to get worse.
   comment# 63   - anonimous · USA · Mar 11, 2010 @ 8:22am

they should put the killer whale in the ocean were it belongs!
   comment# 64   - ashley · el paso · Mar 17, 2010 @ 3:26pm

Has anyone ever done a scientific study on what constitutes a domesticated animal and what constitutes a wild animal? My cat can flip out, and probably has more frequently than Shamu has. I think that makes Shamu more docile ergo domesticated. The real issue is whether or not carnivores see us as prey or herbivores see us as threats. for most animals, being raised by humans from infancy tends to negate those responses (though not always, even in our pets). I have seen pets treated poorly and captive animals with respect. The question is how we each, individually, see our place in the food chain, and our responsibility as the dominant species on the planet. But we shouldn't be drawing lines where they don't really exist.
   comment# 65   - Dan · Fresno, CA · May 24, 2010 @ 4:55pm

I find it pretty sad that places like seaworld are capturing marine animals such as KILLER WALES and making them loose there sense to hunt and look after them selves............. I am pretty sure th@ this killer wale wouldnt be like this if it was back in its normal habitat but I do thank marine keepers for saving a great population of our marine species.
   comment# 66   - Emma Bigham · Otorohanga · Nov 16, 2010 @ 11:44pm

Shamu didnt meen it he was an innocent loving whale yeah he might of killed a person but he could have been in a bad mood how many of you like kept being told to do stuff when you are annoyed,i no i sertenly dont!!!!! so think about the story instead of just rushing into it.If he was back in the sea with all of his family this wouldnt of happend so it was thier fult and he really didnt meen it so please stop blaming it on shamu and you wouldnt like being took away from your family and was bossed around coz that is wat it was like for him so stop being mean and blame it on them xx fanx
   comment# 67   - maisie · england · Feb 8, 2011 @ 12:40pm
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