Calypso was a Northern Resident orca, who was captured at the age of 10, on December 11 1969. This was the same day Seaworld orca Corky 2 was captured, along with 4 others. Calpso was sent over to a zoo in Britain for a few months, where she lived alone. She was then sent to Marineland France sometime in 1970, where she was alone at first, but later joined by a male named Clovis. At Marineland, Calypso became the first ever orca to be artificially inseminated, but it was unsuccessful and she did not become pregnant. She didn’t survive very long in captivity, likely because she was quite old at the time of capture.
Calypso died a year after her capture, and left Clovis all alone. No cause of death has ever been released, though stress was likely a factor. In one video of Calypso shortly before her death, it appears she had some sort of a fungus on her melon and dorsal, though this could just be dead skin, or dry skin from spending so much time at the surface. Calypso was 11 when she died.
here is another video of Calypso