Campaign Updates

UPDATE: Two Belugas Die at Vancouver Aquarium Within 10 Days

After two beluga deaths at the Vancouver Aquarium occurred this month, city organizers may let the public vote on whether to end whale captivity.

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Don’t Be Fooled by SeaWorld San Antonio’s Plans for a ‘Shamu-Free Future’

As SeaWorld continues to tank, it’s no wonder that its San Antonio park is scrambling to change its image.

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SeaWorld Mocks Orcas’ Desperate Hope for Freedom

SeaWorld wants the California Coastal Commission (CCC) to approve a backdrop that mimics the Pacific Northwest Coast—the rightful home of many orcas—at its San Diego abusement park. It would be…

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Tank to Tombstone: ‘Graveyards’ Honor Orcas Who Died at SeaWorld

It’s a Halloween custom: Set up a graveyard on the lawn and watch the trick-or-treaters hesitate for a split second before they put in a request for (vegan) candy. SeaWorld…

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There’s Nothing Cute About This Penguin at SeaWorld Wearing a Wetsuit

As if being a prisoner at SeaWorld weren’t bad enough, she started losing her feathers.

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Union J Takes a Bath for Orcas?!

“We’re not going to stop until every dolphin, every orca, and all the other amazing animals are free in sea sanctuaries.”

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SeaWorld CEO Gives Speech on His Company’s ‘Good Values.’ No, Really.

When word spread that SeaWorld CEO Joel Manby was giving a speech about “good values,” pretty much everyone of true moral character replied with a collective “Huh?” But it was…

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Were You Upset by What You Saw at SeaWorld? Demand a Refund

If you bought a ticket to SeaWorld before you knew how animals suffer at its abusement parks, you may be able to get your hard-earned money back. Photo by Hal…

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SeaWorld’s Public Relations Problems Continue

SeaWorld trolls, cusses, and throws a fit, but “I, Orca” leaves tourists forever changed.

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Pods of Bodypainted ‘Orcas’ Hold Mass ‘Die-In’ in San Diego

Thirty-eight. That’s how many orcas have died on SeaWorld’s watch. To show SeaWorld that the blood of these 38 orcas is on its hands, PETA supporters held a massive “die-in”…

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