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he whirled female announcing in an op ed in the Los Angeles Times on Thursday he will will end its killer whale breeding program , well see world hasn't taken a whale from the wild in nearly four decades , almost thirty orcas have been born in captivity , but no more , the CEO saying society is changing and we're changing with it , but adding that the whales born in captivity must remain captives raining that if they were released into the ocean they will likely die