Since then, celebrities have condemned SeaWorld, consumers have begun to turn their backs on cetacean captivity, and profits and ticket sales have dropped. The original Shamu was the fourth orca SeaWorld ever captured. She lived in SeaWorld San Diego in the s, where she performed tricks for audiences. After six years in captivity, Shamu died. Before her death, she seriously injured several people, including Anne Eckis, a SeaWorld employee, who she bit during a live recorded performance. Shamu had reportedly shown signs of erratic behavior before the incident. She became a brand.
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Shamu is the name used for several SeaWorld orca killer whale shows and is the stage name given to the "star" of those shows, beginning with the original Shamu in the late s and early s. The orca Shamu died in , but the name Shamu was trademarked by SeaWorld as well as the names " Namu " and "Ramu" and has been given to different orcas at different times when performing in Shamu shows. In March , SeaWorld announced they are ending their orca breeding programs making their current orcas, "the last generation of orcas in SeaWorld's care. The first "Baby Shamu" was named Kalina. She was the first surviving orca born in captivity on September 26, The stage name "Grandbaby Shamu" was given to Kalina's first calf, which was born on February 2, — a male named Keet.
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All rights reserved. The drowning of a Florida SeaWorld animal trainer by " Shamu "—the stage name assigned to multiple SeaWorld captive killer whales —is not typical behavior for the whales, scientists say. See a picture of another Shamu at the California SeaWorld. Perryman knows of a report of a killer whale coming up from the ice in Antarctica and bumping photographers, but in that case, the animal "slid back in the water and swam away," he said.