SAN DIEGO -- Bumble Bee Seafoods here and Warner Bros. Pictures have developed a unique in-school and in-store program to tie in with the July release of "Free Willy II" and to help Keiko, the whale from the first "Free Willy" movie. Bumble Bee, which calls itself "dolphin-safe and whale-wise," has supplied "Free Willy Discovery Kits" to 73,000 teachers, who in turn pass them on to other teachers and students. Bumble Bee expects to reach 6 million children, parents and teachers overall. ...

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