Step 9: Call other theme parks to buy killer whales from you to make more money.
Each killer whale, untrained, will sell for at least a few thousand bucks.
Selecting A Killer Whale
Step 1: When you return the next morning, decide what killer whales you want for your park.
You should be looking for one who is fairly young, has no marks on its skin, and who seems more docile than the others. I would recommend selecting at least a couple males and females so you can breed them later to keep your captive population going. Remember, the young ones last longer, the prettier ones attract more people, and the more docile ones are far easier to dominate and control.
Step 2: Once you have chosen a whale, drag it away from the others, enclose it in a small net, and place a small steel ring in the water.
The killer whale will scream and thrash around in the water. Insert a steel ring so that the flippers and dorsal fin prevent the killer whale from escaping. Hold on tight. It will twist, turn, and dive in an attempt to escape. This is your prize! You need this animal to keep your park alive and to pay your bills. Do not let it go.