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An 18-year-old killer whale has died after a months-long illness at the SeaWorld park in San Antonio.
Unna, a 4,600-pound orca, died Monday.
"We are saddened to share the passing of Unna," SeaWorld said. "Unna had been under the constant care of the SeaWorld veterinary team and outside experts for the past several months."
She suffered from a resistant strain of a fungus called Candida.
Unna is the third whale to die at the Texas Sea World in six months, according to My San Antonio.
In November a two-year-old beluga named Stella died because of gastrointestinal problems and in July a baby beluga died after being born prematurely.
"We are saddened to share the passing of Unna," SeaWorld said.