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  1. A number of orcas, also called killer whales, are held in captivity by humans for breeding or performance purposes. The practice of capturing and displaying orcas in exhibitions began in the 1960s, and they soon became popular attractions at public aquariums and aquatic theme parks due to their intelligence, trainability, striking appearance, playfulness, and sheer size.

  2. Leon S. Kennedy was a refugee of the Global T-Virus pandemic and the leader of a "resistance force" that was assembled by Albert Wesker to rescue Alice from the Umbrella Corporation. During Alice's captivity, Kennedy's team, comprised of Barry Burton, Luther West, and two others (Sergei and Tony), entered the underwater Umbrella facility in Russia where Alice was being held captive with the ...

  3. The captive ball rests against this post due to gravity. The ball in play strikes the post and momentum is transferred through the post to propel the captive ball. Some earlier games used a thick metal rod or rail as a captive ball intermediary instead of a post. The captive balls on Recel's 1978 'Mr. Evil' use these rails.