Campaign Updates

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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Raped, Impregnated, and Confined to a Concrete Cell: Meet Takara

Join the call for SeaWorld to send Takara and all the orcas it still confines to seaside sanctuaries today.

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SeaWorld Attendance and Stock Continue to Tank

SeaWorld released its second quarterly earnings report this morning, and things do not look good for the marine park. Attendance is down this past quarter more than 7 percent, which…

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Let Morgan the Orca Go Home!

Speak out for Morgan! Sign the petition to the Spanish government and let it know that you want to see the orcas imprisoned by SeaWorld and Loro Parque transferred to a coastal sanctuary.

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Federal Bill to End Orca Captivity–Contact Your Representative Today

U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) has introduced a bill that, if signed into law, would save future generations of orcas from a life spent confined to a concrete cell—an action supported by 68 percent of U.S. adults in a recent national poll.

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Urge Richard Branson and Virgin to Stop Promoting SeaWorld

Virgin Group—the multinational conglomerate that is among the most recognized brands in the world—is still promoting SeaWorld, despite overwhelming evidence of the physical, psychological, and emotional suffering that captivity causes orcas.

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Tell AAA to Stop Supporting SeaWorld!

AAA says that feedback from its members and the public is its most valuable source of information, so we need your help to let the company know that it’s wrong to promote an abusement park such as SeaWorld.

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Urge Dubai’s Government to Keep SeaWorld Out!

As its business fails in the United States, SeaWorld wants to take its abusement park to Dubai, a tourist destination known for innovative and exciting architecture, luxury shopping, and beautiful beaches—not animal abuse.

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