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SeaWorld has announced that the company will stop breeding the iconic killer whales that have been the center of its shows, and the center of controversy. NBC News investigative correspondent Ronan Farrow talks with SeaWorld CEO Joel Manby about the announcement, and how the whales will still have a presence at the parks.