I don’t think they would be allowed to do that (thank god. I mean the parks are already crowded, can you imagine an influx of ten more orcas on one of the already crowded areas? Sounds hellish)
From my understanding, I don’t think they can move the orcas themselves, their semen or eggs out of the state and I don’t think there is anywhere suitable for them to be moved within the state* so I don’t think moving them is possible
*I’m not too sure about this but someone, please correct me if I’m wrong!
From what I’ve read it would be illegal to transport the orca over state lines to another facility… I may not be 100% correct on that though.
YES, it would be illegal to export the whales over state lines. I repeat: SeaWorld could NOT transport the whales to other parks.