SeaWorld Dips as Breeding Ban Forces Review of Whale Project

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  • California regulators put conditions on San Diego attraction
  • Company says animals have `fundamental right to reproduce'

A killer whale and her calf swim together at SeaWorld San Diego's Shamu Stadium on Dec. 4, 2014, in San Diego, Calif.

Photographer: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld San Diego via Getty Images

SeaWorld Entertainment Inc., the embattled theme-park operator, fell on Friday after saying it will review plans to build a $100 million killer-whale habitat in San Diego, in light of new restrictions enacted by California regulators.

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