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SeaWorld Entertainment agreed to pay $65 million in order to settle a lawsuit brought by investors who claim the company was dishonest about the impact an anti-captivity documentary had on attendance. So reports The Los Angeles Times.

orca 23182 640 smallThe class-action case originated in 2014 and centered around the documentary “Blackfish.” A jury trial was set to begin this week. The settlement still needs jury approval, the story reads.

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