Takara, shown swimming with her new calf at SeaWorld in San Diego in May 2002, were conceived through artificial insemination. SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. says it will no longer breed killer whales.
Takara, shown swimming with her new calf at SeaWorld in San Diego in May 2002, were conceived through artificial insemination. SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. says it will no longer breed killer whales. Jack Smith AP file, 2002
Takara, shown swimming with her new calf at SeaWorld in San Diego in May 2002, were conceived through artificial insemination. SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. says it will no longer breed killer whales. Jack Smith AP file, 2002

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