It is important to realize that these whales are still wild animals. Sea World chooses to work with these animals to educate the public about the species and its environment. In the rare occasion that an attack occurs, the animal is not put down but rather simply watched on a closer level and more precautions are taken. In some occasions they may retract the animal from the show or will simply decrease the amount of direct interaction with the human trainer in public. In the most recent attack, the trainer’s ponytail was to blame for overexciting the animal. Because these animals are so large, there is little you can do once taken under. Family members of the recently attacked trainer stated that she would have never wanted the animal put down-the whales were like her children.
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