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SeaWorld trainers set to re-enter water with killer whales

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has revealed that trainers are set to begin entering the water with killer whales again, one year on from an incident which resulted in a high-profile death.

The Orlando Sentinel reports that SeaWorld will gradually re-introduce its orcas to the concept of working

SeaWorld Parks to launch new killer whale show in 2011

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has confirmed that it will replace the Believe killer whale show in 2011 with a "stunning" all-new concept.

The new show will debut in spring 2011 at all three SeaWorld parks - in Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio. Believe will close after a four-year-run, with

SeaWorld San Antonio to open Sesame Street: Bay of Play in 2011

SeaWorld San Antonio has announced the addition of Sesame Street: Bay of Play, a new child-friendly area which will open for the 2011 season.

Based on the popular childrens' TV series, the new area will replace the existing Shamu's Happy Harbor land. It will be home to several all-new rides

Google Maps Street View now available for SeaWorld parks

SeaWorld's theme parks in Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio are all now visible through Google Maps' Street View.

The addition means that users of the Google Maps service can now see actual street-level views of the parks, which were captured by cameras mounted on modified bicycles. As well as

SeaWorld, Busch Gardens takeover completed

The $2.7 billion takeover of the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens theme park chains by the Blackstone Group has been completed.

The deal sees Busch Entertainment Corp., the company that operates the parks, renamed to SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. Blackstone has paid the previous owners Anheuser

Trio of websites launched by Disney, Universal, Busch Entertainment

Disney, Universal and Busch Entertainment have all launched new websites dedicated to their theme parks.

Disney's new Haunted Holidays site is dedicated to its spookier attractions and movies. It features video, games and activities based on attractions including the Haunted Mansion, classic

Blackstone Group buys SeaWorld, Busch Gardens theme parks

The long-rumored takeover of the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens theme park chains by the Blackstone Group has been confirmed.

Blackstone will pay current owners Anheuser-Busch InBev $2.3 billion in cash upfront for the parks, with up to a further $400 million to follow.

The deal gives Blackstone

No SeaWorld, Busch Gardens sale - yet

The rumored sale of the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens theme parks to The Blackstone Group was unconfirmed on Wednesday, although a deal is still expected at some stage.

Online rumors suggested that SeaWorld Orlando employees were due to be informed of the sale at a meeting on Wednesday morning. In

SeaWorld, Busch Gardens parks set to be sold to Universal part-owner

Busch Entertainment is rumored to be close to announcing the sale of its Busch Gardens and SeaWorld theme parks to The Blackstone Group.

Blackstone already owns Merlin Entertainments Group, which runs the Legoland theme parks and major UK theme parks including Alton Towers and Thorpe Park. It

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