SeaWorld employees Michelle Bridwell, left, senior trainer, holds the fluke of a captive orca whale as Dr. Hendrik Nollens, vice president of Animal Health and Welfare, takes a blood sample from the underside of the whale’s tail at SeaWorld in San Diego, Calif., in March 2016. (SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment via AP)

SeaWorld employees Michelle Bridwell, left, senior trainer, holds the fluke of a captive orca whale as Dr. Hendrik Nollens, vice president of Animal Health and Welfare, takes a blood sample from the underside of the whale’s tail at SeaWorld in San Diego, Calif., in March 2016. (SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment via AP)

SeaWorld publishes decades of data to help wild orcas

Move provides most comprehensive picture yet of orca health

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