SeaWorld released its second quarter earnings on Thursday - and its numbers continue to tank.
The park saw a 1.6 percent drop in attendance from last year, down to 6.478 million visitors. CEO Joel Manby blamed the attendance decline on Texas rainfall, the timing of Easter and the company's "continued brand challenges" - in other words, outrage over how they treat their orcas.
While analysts predicted earnings per share of 40 cents, Seaworld reported an adjusted earnings per share of just 22. Net income plummeted to $5.8 million from $37.8 million in 2014, an 84 percent drop. And revenue declined 3 percent to $391.6 million, compared to $405.2 million in 2014.