Officials at SeaWorld in Orlando are reviewing training protocols and reviewing their dolphins' aerial behaviors and routes after two dolphins collided in mid-air, killing one in front of park visitors.

A 30-year-old female dolphin died Saturday after colliding with another dolphin during an aerial stunt about 50 feet from park visitors.

A SeaWorld spokeswoman says "Sharky" was performing a jump. It's the first fatal dolphin collision at SeaWorld.

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