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SeaWorld share price plummets as visitors stay away

SeaWorld’s share price has fallen in recent days on the New York stock exchange, dropping 6.5 percent to their lowest level since the company went public on April 19.

This latest bad news follows their recent results which revealed that visitor numbers were down around 600,000 for the quarter ending on June 30. Since then the company has received wide-scale negative publicity from the release of the film, Blackfish, which is highly critical of SeaWorld’s captive orca shows.