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One of SeaWorld's oldest killer whales dies

Kasatka, a 42-year-old killer whale that SeaWorld calls the matriarch of its orca family, died Tuesday night, marking the second orca death in a month at the marine parks. The orca’s passing at SeaWorld San Diego followed years-long treatment for lung disease. In recent days, Kasatka’s health and...

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