SeaWorld Entertainment Inc., the theme-park operator under fire from animal activists, will retool its killer whale show in San Diego to feature more-natural behavior and settings instead of tricks.
The company will continue to offer the current show until a new experience opens in 2017, Chief Executive Officer Joel Manby said Monday during a presentation for investors. The makeover is based on feedback from customers, Manby said. It may be less costly to operate than the current show.
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