Amaya's arrival was highly publicized, and SeaWorld has since released updates about the young calf, including a video of her interacting with other whales.
Kamea at SeaWorld San Antonio and Makani at SeaWorld San Diego are the two other most recent whales to be born at SeaWorld. Amaya and Makani often interact with one another, and will grow up together and make history as two of the last orcas to ever live at SeaWorld.
But there might be one more arrival. Takara, a 24-year-old female who lives at San Antonio and was cruelly separated from her own mother, Kasatka, at a young age, is currently pregnant, and her calf will possibly be the last orca born into captivity at SeaWorld.