SAN DIEGO, CA - DECEMBER 23: In this handout image provided by SeaWorld San Diego, a baby killer whale, born December 21 swims with its mother, Kasatka, a 28-year-old whale December 23, 2004 at SeaWorld in San Diego, California. After a nearly 18-month gestation, Kasatka's calf, estimated to weigh between 300 and 350 pounds and measure between 6 to 7 feet, was born in Shamu Stadium's main show pool following a little more than two hours of labor. (Photo by Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld San Diego via Getty Images)
SEE WORLD -- The latest/greatest/all-newest killer whale show, One Ocean features up to five whales performing on an extravagantly lit water tank stage. The whales interact with trainers, the audience and the set itself, including giant sea sculptures and underwater cameras, which broadcast the action to immense LED screens adorning the tank.
Throughout the spectacle, SeaWorld's narrators will promote a message of caring and respect for the ocean, which connects all the planet's animals in its deep and watery flanks of life. Guests are encouraged to make a difference in the world through everyday, responsible actions.
One Ocean opens Friday, May 27th. For more information, go to SeaWorld.com.