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New Photos of Killer Whale involved in Trainer Death at SeaWorld

November 10, 2011

Tilikum slides across the shallow ledge as he begins the brutal death of Dawn Brancheau

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has released new photos of Tilikum, the killer whale involved in the death of trainer Dawn Brancheau in February, 2010 at SeaWorld of Florida.

Through the Freedom of Information Act, The Orca Project has acquired 71 photos on file from OSHA’s investigation. Two of these photos were taken by a guest at the underwater viewing area during the moments as Tilikum pulled Mrs. Brancheau into the water.

Upon review and examination by former SeaWorld trainers, it is increasingly clear that Dawn was killed after being “barrel-rolled” by Tilikum after he initially grasped her arm as they drifted along the shallows of the Dine with Shamu pool.

The series of photos shown below (dubbed the “death roll”) depict the final seconds before Dawn was brutally killed after sustaining massive injuries in the attack. Photo #1 is the final frame of Dawn and Tilikum’s interaction as captured by the Connell family of New Hampshire. Photo #2 captures the moments as Dawn and Tilikum slide along the shallow slide-out area above the viewing widows. Photo #3 captures Tilikum rolling as he brings Dawn into the water.

Tilikum and Dawn Brancheau are depicicted in the final moments.

This tragic event was initially reported by SeaWorld and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office that the veteran trainer “slipped or fell” into the pool with the 12,000 lb orca. Those reports were quickly refuted as witnesses came forward. SeaWorld then ran with the “ponytail theory” in order to shift the focus and blame to Dawn herself.

During the September “OSHA vs. SeaWorld” hearings, trainer and spotter Jay Topoleski described under oath that Dawn’s hair flowed right into Tilikum’s mouth while performing a “layout mimic”, a move whereas the trainer and whale lay parallel to one another, on their backs, reaching out with one hand touching the whale’s pectoral fin.

No other eye-witness testimony describes this position, nor is it depicted in the Connell video or final photos taken from the underwater viewing area.

The Orca Project has investigated and reported on the facts surrounding the “ponytail theory” which SeaWorld has recently began to pull back from. All of the details containing eye-witness testimony and autopsy report can be found HERE.

SeaWorld and OSHA will be back in the courtroom next week in Sanford, Florida. In August 2010, SeaWorld was cited by OSHA for “willful” violations of trainer safety. You can follow the details of the court hearing by visiting www.theorcaproject.com and click on the “SeaWorld vs OSHA” tab. Additional photos which unveil SeaWorld’s unscrupulous practices can be see HERE. And be sure to follow us on FaceBook and Twitter for all the latest news and information.

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46 Comments leave one →
  1. Shamu permalink
    February 16, 2014 8:55 am

    Hey Idiots – Whales are not your toys or entertainment and animals should not be used and forced to dance around to be fed. If you think the reports are wrong. HAVE A LOOK – can’t lie she’s being killed by the ORCA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlwrFJqk1JE

  2. Shamu permalink
    February 16, 2014 8:53 am

    Hey Idiots – Whales are not your toys are enjoyment and animals should not be used and forced to dance around to be fed. If you think the reports are wrong. HAVE A LOOK – can’t lie she’s being killed by the ORCA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlwrFJqk1JE

  3. Michelle Carraway Grey permalink
    December 27, 2013 8:13 pm

    Even if the pictures are wrong it really doesn’t change the facts of what happened does it?

  4. Ariel permalink
    December 21, 2013 12:18 pm

    those pics of “Tilikum” “attacking” that girl are complete crap they are not only the wrong orca in both pics because they are both much too small to be him…they are not even the same orca in both pics and then to top it all off I am pretty sure the last pic is of a pregnant female…..great job with your research people….and another thing…as you all spew whatever thoughts you want because it makes you feel good inside think of this… yes working with ANY animal can have dangers and everyone should know that when working with or aiding ANY animal and yes the teach some animals to do shows for public entertainment but they try their best to do so in ways to not harm them or their handlers and they do theses things to help pay for things like helping breeding programs for animals that in the wild have been almost completely wiped out,buying land so they can secure areas for more of those animals to be put into the wild and breed on their own,pay people to do research to help prolong the life span of the animals,and no not every animal should be in the wild…there are tones of animals as a matter of fact if any of you have ever gone to Sea World you would know a great deal of their animals are rescues and they take them and make it so they can actually live a happy life rather the be damaged and be eaten or just die a painful death…..they make them habitats to keep them happy and they get fed all they want…..yes there are places out there that need to be shut down because of what they do and how they treat their animals honestly the only issue I have with Sea World is that they do not have mini air tanks with them when their are doing anything in the water……this whole issue could have been avoided if she had on end of story….you can tell by looking at everything with the 2 of them he loved her very much….and he is very sweet he just got playful and messed up….hes also one of the oldest orca ever…if he went into the wild now…he would be dead by morning…end of story…..people just need to get off it….there are people trying to do some good with animals in captivity weather it be trying to help them by letting them safely breed or giving them a safe place to live because they can not handle living out in the wild for whatever reason……if you want every single animal to be out in the wild then go out there and personally stop everything that causes the situations in which people with actual feeling look and go”oh look all of these animals are almost dead maybe we should help” or “oh some one horribly mangled this poor animal we should help it so it can live”…..when you personally can make it so those things no longer happen then you can go and gripe about all of this….until then….try doing something that actually helps the real problems like by either going after the true places the are nasty run down and not trying to help in any way,do things to help make the places that are trying but have flaws better so that the animals and people are happy, safe, and healthy,or like i said find a way to fix the world ( clean the planet,stop the people that over hunt,find a way injured animals can still live with their own in the wild so on and so forth) but I don’t see the last one happening…its really ok if you don’t like what I have to say because I don’t like looking at a web side and the first thing I see is complete and total crap…those pics you have are fakes and 100% lies and you know it and personally it upsets me I honestly can not believe that there are people that can not tell those are two different orca I hope other people call you out on those pics in the future if you do not bother removing them because I find them disrespectful to Tilikum that you would just make up random pics to try and prove your stupid point

    • Nemya permalink
      December 21, 2013 2:17 pm

      The reality is… it’s SeaWorld’s word against everyone elses word. Emotionality is not a basis for truth. Unless you’re an eyewitness, that is, you work for SeaWorld or you work with these animal rights organizations then it’s all hearsay. We only get fed what they want us to know. But the footage and the facts that draw differences between orcas in the wild and orcas incaptivity should be enough for a seeker of truth. There are adequate sources outside of this website. But just like everything else, people will believe what they want to believe. And people will act where they want to act. It’s a part of our nature. As long as it appears that the animals and people are happy, and it appears that these corporations are doing all that they can for the protection and well-being of the trainers and the animals, and the spokespeople swear to the public things are going well… then, it must be true. Right? As a customer visiting the park, they will only see what the park wants them to. And if the customer is captivated by the magic that the park displays then they’re only going to see what they want to see. And that’s the response the park intends for they’re visitors to have. That’s big business baby! I’m sure that they had the best of intentions when they decided to tear orca calves away from they’re families and put them on display for the public to experience the majesty of these creatures up close. But even after so many unintentional deaths, of people and trainers, the park brushes off any and all notions that they may have made serious mistakes in their insistance to make it work. Once again, that’s big business baby! It’s greed. It’s this thinking that gives people an okay to ignore the voice that whispers to them “something is not quite right” even if they can’t put their finger on it. It’s also reason to not hold people and businesses, accountable for their actions. You know, it is reported that SeaWorld to this day still blames Dawn for her death… that’s disgusting. But its just hearsay. But is that okay?

      • Rulon permalink
        December 22, 2013 9:37 am

        Corporate greed… You damn 98%ers need to think of a better excuse. Sea World is great. I love their $15 drink cups.

      • Ben permalink
        December 22, 2013 10:01 am

        It was Dawns fault. She shouldn’t have gotten in the water with a beast that has killed people before. It WAS her fault. There is no shortage of thrill seeking star hungry dumb asses who won’t get in the water with a killer whale to have a “magical experience”. The trainers are the abusers. Tilikum was starved and tortured in his training. He was kidnapped from his mother and whale pod in the early 80s. He should have killed every trainer that came near him.

        • December 22, 2013 2:59 pm

          @ Ben,
          We understand your frustration but the trainers are just pawns in the whole scheme of things. They are fed misinformation (and/or no information at times) about the dangers involved. We wish no harm to any of them. There’s been too many unfortunate tragedies already.
          We are also fortunate that former trainers who are now speaking out in “Death at SeaWorld” and “Blackfish” and to the world are still with us today.
          You can listen to former trainer Dr. John Jett (who worked directly with Tilikum) in a recent radio interview here: http://soundcloud.com/tommy-schnurmacher-show/former-sea-world-trainer-dr
          Hopefully after listening, you might change your views.
          We at The Orca Project are extremely grateful that he and others are still here to be a voice for the orcas. Visit their site here: https://sites.google.com/site/voiceoftheorcas/

        • Nemya permalink
          December 22, 2013 3:48 pm

          Unlike the “troll” (if I’m using that term correctly) above you, your comment deserves a response: I don’t disagree with you Ben. Dawn’s judgement was indeed clouded and that ultimately played a role in her violent and untimely death. However, it’s one thing to place blame and another thing to share blame. Dawn and the other trainers that have died were made scapegoats. As long as a person (in this case a corporation) can redirect blame off of themselves, they are able to continue in the same activity and without remorse. And they know this! Sea World, as far as what I’ve witnessed, has not taken any accountability. And I’m sure that if OSHA did not step in, Sea World would still have those trainers in the water. It makes my stomach churn.

        • arthurk permalink
          May 25, 2014 4:34 pm

          I think they should kill all the whales!

        • Stuff permalink
          May 25, 2014 8:50 pm

          Umm ya. Not get in the water or not have a job. The rules changed about not getting in the water after her death.

    • December 21, 2013 7:12 pm

      @ Ariel. You are wrong on all points. The Tilikum photos were taken by a visitor at the underwater viewing area as Dawn Brancheau was pulled into the water. You too can obtain the photos from OSHA.

    • Dana Park permalink
      December 22, 2013 9:25 am

      Oh what insightful comments Ariel! You’re brilliant. So a mini air tank would help Dawn breath longer so she would die from traumatic injuries instead of death from BOTH drowning AND traumatic injuries. did you read the autopsy report Ariel??? I read ALL of it. I saw Blackfish. I’ve lived in SD my whole life and it’s always been gossip with friends how inhumane the animal shSea World pays for breeding and more research so the greeder 2%ers can continue to monopolize & profit on the animals. Americans should know better. I’ve lived in San Diego my entire life, and I hate Sea World. I’ve known since I was a kid that the Shamu show was wrong and really sad. You can’t be a respected global marine bio by working for Sea World. this is a fact. Scripps in San Diego is a highly sought after place to do research, however, their pay for marine bio researchers is some of the lowest in the world unless they are interested in your area of research. You are such an idiot Ariel. I have several Ph D Marine Bio friends. Marine Bio is a global profession not a Sea World profession. There is grant money donated ALL over the world to research and support marine life and their environments. Sea World is for profit. There’s a difference you dumbass. People…go to the Birch Aquarium (this is where we go) and the beach next time your in sunny SD. Check out the Sea Lions in beautiful La Jolla Cove. Take your kids to the beautiful Balboa Park Museums and go eat at one of the Mexican restaurants at Spanish old town downtown. Sea World is such a joke.

    • Dana permalink
      December 22, 2013 9:34 am

      Oh what insightful comments Ariel! You’re brilliant. So a mini air tank would help Dawn breath longer so she would die from traumatic injuries instead of death from BOTH drowning AND traumatic injuries as stated in the autopsy report. did YOU read the autopsy report Ariel??? I read ALL of it. I saw Blackfish. I’ve lived in SD my whole life and it’s always been gossip with friends how inhumane the animal show is at Sea World. They pay for breeding and more research so the greedy 2%ers can continue to monopolize & profit on the animals. Americans should know better. I’ve lived in San Diego my entire life, and I hate Sea World. I’ve known since I was a kid that the Shamu show was wrong and really sad. You can’t be a respected global marine bio by working for Sea World. this is a fact. Scripps in San Diego is a highly sought after place to do research, however, their pay for marine bio researchers is some of the lowest in the world unless they are interested in your area of research. You are such an idiot Ariel. I have several Ph D Marine Bio friends. Marine Bio is a global profession not a Sea World profession. There is grant money donated ALL over the world to research and support marine life and their environments. Sea World is for profit. There’s a difference you dumbass. People…go to the Birch Aquarium (this is where we go) and the beach next time your in sunny SD. Check out the Sea Lions in beautiful La Jolla Cove. Take your kids to the beautiful Balboa Park Museums and go eat at one of the Mexican restaurants at Spanish old town downtown. Sea World is such a joke. These trainers are also to blame. They make a conscious choice to ride these regal beasts like a pony in a circus show. Don’t pay to go to their stupid theme park and they won’t be able to keep their gates open. Smarten up America.

    • real talk permalink
      January 4, 2014 3:12 am

      How dare you! This lady is dead, that whale is not some dumb animal. Sea world only cares about making money from stupid people like you. Humans capturing and killing whales are the reason this is happening! How about you get snatched from your family while young and then be held in captivity your whole life while being abused and made to perform like a circus animal for peanuts and see if you don’t want to kill your trainer!

      your welcome

      • real talk permalink
        January 4, 2014 3:13 am

        P.s. Ariel..

        kill yourself

        your welcome

      • real talk permalink
        January 4, 2014 3:56 am

        I am sorry but you should be ashamed for speaking ill of the woman who died a horrible death. Show some respect for this woman, daughter, and sister. Hopefully you don’t die horribly and then have people say oh it was her own fault.

    • So Cal fish lover permalink
      July 5, 2014 12:13 pm

      You do make some decent points, many ‘trainers’ have been killed by many different species kept in captivity all over the globe. I can appreciate all of the folks who want to help this cause and it is an easier one because it is in our backyard, but there are much worse atrocities happening in third world countries where there are no laws governing the capture and care of the animals.
      I am a Southern Californian, I grew up going to Marineland on the Palos Verdes Peninsula as well as Sea World. Marineland has been closed for sometime now but they had an exhibit that changed the lives of my brother and I, it was called Baja Reef. Marineland provided the snorkeling equipment and you could then swim with the fish in a huge ‘reef’ and those experiences opened our eyes as fisherman, we saw the beauty and tranquility of them and took on a new respect for all sea creatures.
      One example is that we were believers in Catch and Release at a time when it was unpopular, especially in Baja itself. We would go fishing and rather than keep our trophy Marlin or Dorado, we let them go and only kept what we would eat, a practice that we still do while fishing Catalina island.
      Back to the global attrocities, while dining in Baja, just South of Rosarito Beach I looked out the window and saw something so horrible I had to leave. Two men were taking live starfish and placing them on tables to die in the hot sun, hundreds if not thousands!!! These are the ones that people use for decoration and so forth and tourists buy. I was in Home Goods and saw them in a shadow box for display and was very upset because I know how they died.
      In LaPaz they had a swim with Dolphin experience where they put a net enclosing a cove and filled it with dolphins. Well when they were transporting one of them it fell on the 150 degree asphalt, just flopping around on it while they tried to pick it up and after they did it went straight into the water, no vet looked to make sure it was OK.
      I can go on and on but yes it is easy to attack Sea World as it is here in our backyard, but please start searching the internet for how animals are treated all over the globe, at least here in the US we have laws that do not allow the practices carried out in other corners of the globe, no it does not necessarily make it right, but lets branch out to help the Camels in Saudi Arabia or the Elephants in Indonesia and so on and so on and so on.
      Sea World may be a bad guy in your eyes, but for this man it changed my life and makes me happy that at the very least laws and strict guidelines are in place, not the perfect answer but a much better one than elsewhere.

  5. Erick permalink
    December 18, 2013 4:20 am

    I’m a bit confused here. First the site speaks about 71 pictures, of which none is shown that is of relevance to the theory that Tilikum has Dawns arm in his mouth. If I remember correctly, I also talked about this with others, the video implied that Tilikum grabbed Dawns shoulder. Second, I don’t remember that these 71 pictures where showed or mentioned during the official hearings. If they are of relevance, I would like to see them. If not, don’t even mention them.

    Please remember that everything you write and imply here is of some importance to a certain level. Since people are still following this, all over the world. This isn’t just about Dawn or Tilikum. The stakes are much higher then this, with the greatest respect for Dawn, her family, colleagues and Tilikum. It’s about a billion dollar business on one side, against the freedom for animals on the other side. Those billion dollar businesses won’t go down without a fight!

    So by all means, show the pictures and videos of this horrible attack. I don’t wanna sound rude, but hopefully images like that will keep people away from parks like SeaWorld and force them to seek for a solution which their captives will benefit from. They know the public is watching them!

    • December 22, 2013 3:29 pm

      @ Erick ~ We did receive 71 photos and have posted those that are of relevance. There are no other publically available photos of the actual attack. The videos taken by SeaWorld, both above and below water (which are graphic and shocking) were sealed by the courts and will not be seen by the public.

      To see some additional photos released by OSHA you can see them in our report here showing hazardous chemicals stored with the orcas food supply: http://theorcaproject.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/seaworld-killer-whale-orca-food-hazardous-chemicals/

      As far as where and how Dawn was pulled into the water, you can read our report on “The Ponytail Theory” here: http://theorcaproject.wordpress.com/2011/04/20/seaworld-trainer-death-ponytail-theory-debunked/

      We reserve the right to only publish what we deem necessary, and at a time we feel is right. We have acquired an enormous amount of data which makes it nearly impossible to share and publish everything.

      We appreciate your feedback. All the Best, The Orca Project

  6. Julie Martin permalink
    September 14, 2013 12:38 am

    71 images were mentioned. Where can we access these?

  7. Gerard permalink
    August 18, 2013 6:01 am

    Reading all this I find it strange not all image where released. Sea-world claims to play an important role, education the public about these whales. This tragedy is certainly a part of the education. The whales aren’t pets, but wild animals. Besides that, how much footage is shown on a daily basis about all kinds of accidents, criminal activity, terrorist acts and other horrifying events. But this is off limits?

    • Tina permalink
      December 11, 2013 12:18 pm

      I’m glad the video footage is off limits to the public – people’s morbid curiousity should not be satisfied.

      • Erick permalink
        December 18, 2013 4:24 am

        People with a morbid curiosity will for-fill their morbid needs anyway. Like I wrote above, it might help to stop the public going to SeaWorld. I don’t know how much comments you read on the innerwebs. A lot of people still blame Dawn for being careless.

      • Jenna permalink
        December 22, 2013 9:50 am

        Actually I read the Autopsy report and was hoping to see the scalped maimed corpse and gruesome footage. The trainers are stupid enough to perpetuate an abusive corporation. They are abusing the animals by withholding food, forcing them to perform, and Tilikum is pretty f’g smart to get fed up with the BS and knock off a few trainers. The trainers who CHOOSE to get in the water with these animals ARE at fault for their deaths. They play Russian roulette every time they get in the water to abuse these regal creatures. Dawn WAS careless Erick…she worked at Sea World with a beast that already killed people before her.

        • hypocrites. everywhere. permalink
          July 16, 2014 4:49 am

          I completely agree. Just because a corporation is paying you money to do something that is wrong doesn’t make it okay for you to do said wrong thing. They ALL are responsible! Who really cares about the many trainers that have since quit and are confirming what we already know? Glad to know The Orca Project is great buddies with people that have profited monetarily from the Orcas suffering. GREAT. Lost all your credibility in my book.

  8. OrcaLuvr'09 permalink
    January 22, 2013 10:36 pm

    Oh sure Dawn looks happy as Tili bites her arm… um… this doesn’t make sense. Her arm IS NOT in Tili’s mouth in that picture… I don’t know how you came up with that.

  9. November 11, 2011 8:19 pm

    Don’t buy a ticket to a captive dolphin show or swim with captive dolphins! Dolphins should be free and left to live their lives in the wild.

  10. jmventre permalink
    November 11, 2011 12:26 pm

    More information regarding the horrific details are contained in this interview, as well as references to the culture of exploitation, and the consequences of captivity on the oral health of killer whales held in concrete and steel enclosures. http://youtu.be/hveQ3VRIlGQ

  11. María Cely permalink
    November 10, 2011 3:45 pm

    I don t think Ted here the discussion is about photos unless that is more important than the fact that this Orca and SO WRONG CALLED KILLER WHALE is not where he belongs and that if the trainer was killed is because of Sea Worlds fault. This has to stop and Aquariums that held cetaceans prisoners should be closed, BOTTOM LINE. I do not cry her dead and I do not feel sorry for her, if she loved the whales so much she should have known that captivity is wrond and kills but she was part of it and made lots of money out of this poor sentient being.

  12. November 10, 2011 2:53 pm

    71 Images released? Will you be publishing anymore?
    Thank you for having the guts to show the truth.

    • Ted Lund permalink
      November 10, 2011 3:23 pm

      Actually, it makes NO sense. The orientation of Dawn and Tilli at the time the attack occurred was facing to the right as you are looking out of the underwater viewing. In the two underwater views, he is facing back across the pool to the left more than 20 feet from where dawn was at the time. If you were to believe what you are trying to imply with these photos, he was violently grabbing her, taking her down in a barrel role and shifting his entire 12,000-lb body with out any bubbles, turbulence or anything. In fact, if you look where his head is facing in the two photos (and know anything about G pool) that’s actually right at the base of the scale, at least 20 or 30 feet to the left of where Dawn was laying with him in the slideout, to the extreme right of the window (at least that’s what the video purported as showing Dawn and Tili in their last moments shows.)

      • November 10, 2011 3:51 pm

        From the underwater perspective, she is facing to the right. He’s not near the scale, and I am familiar with G pool, and the scale, and the underwater viewing area. No one suggested a violent or turbulent grab. In all likelihood it was more of a relatively smooth roll over just to get her into the water.

      • January 18, 2013 8:40 pm

        Correct Ted, lets not leave out the fact that, according to the picture with Dawn and Tilly, Dawn’s “forearm was in his mouth”…i dont think anyone would be smiling if their arm was in a 6 ton animal’s mouth. once again, people can post whatever they want but unless they were there or know someone who was, they will never get an accurate account of what happened

  13. TUESDAY HEARST permalink
    November 10, 2011 12:50 pm

    WHALES, WILD ANIMALS ARE MEANT TO LIVE AND THRIVE IN THEIR NATURAL
    HABITATS;….PERIOD.
    UNLESS IT SOME SORT OF SANCTUARY FOR INJURED ANIMALS.
    I WISH PEOPLE WOULD STOP VISITING THESE PARKS ! IT DISGUSTS ME AND
    BREAKS MY HEART THAT ON THE WHOLE WE ARE STILL NOT ENLIGHTENED
    ENOUGH TO REALIZE THAT.

  14. Candace Calloway Whiting permalink
    November 10, 2011 11:31 am

    It just shows how deliberate he was, he didn’t just playfully tug her into the water, it looks like he would have flipped her over, or maybe broke her arm right away?

  15. November 10, 2011 11:24 am

    Do not understand what has to be proven. Orka’s are wild animals and no pets. If you play with them you can be hurt or killed. Only one good solution to avoid such accidents: leave them in the oceans where they belong. When kept for 40 years in a small box: how would most people react against their ‘agressors?

    • K Sprout permalink
      October 27, 2013 11:23 pm

      Thank you, you have hit the nail on the head. These are wild animals that have been deprived of their natural environment. They are acting upon instrinct and shoudl all be released.

  16. November 10, 2011 10:57 am

    Amazing series of photos. Thank you TOP. Actually the photo series makes sense. Please note the acute angle of Tilikum’s body (less than 90 degrees) in regard to the ledge wall. That orientation is maintained when you shift from the above water perspective, to the below water perspective. Thanks for sheading light on this.

    • Ted Lund permalink
      November 10, 2011 3:36 pm

      And actually, you make the assertion that photo one is a video capture from the end of the relationship session depicting Tilli with Dawn’s forearm in his mouth. Who made that determination? I kind of have to question the authenticity of the information contained in the photos.

  17. Ted Lund permalink
    November 10, 2011 9:32 am

    The series of photos dont make any sense. dawn and the whale are facing one way (toward the upper right corner of uw viewing) then the underwater photos show the whale 20 feet to the left of that position, facing the opposite direction.

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