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Tuesday was “Boycott SeaWorld” Day, and we brought our A game. But we weren’t the only ones, as compassionate people around the world—including some of our favorite celebrities—took action for the orcas, dolphins, sharks, and other marine animals who’re cruelly confined at SeaWorld‘s parks.

Stars used their fame and influence to tell millions why they’re choosing to #BoycottSeaWorld:

Footballer Chad Johnson, actors Ruby Rose and Alicia Silverstone, model Crystal Hefner, and others retweeted our first #BoycottSeaWorldDay tweet of the day:

PAPER Magazine and Billboard even got in on the action, sharing our new feature with Bella Thorne:

Other compassionate folks around the globe took to Twitter to blast SeaWorld and its cruel ways:

Local Florida activists stood outside the company’s Orlando park to ask passersby to boycott SeaWorld and to urge it to move the orcas to seaside sanctuaries:

 

And you know that PETA got in on the action. We went live on Facebook not once but twice—first, to share footage from our San Antonio demo …

 

… then, to stream speed-painter Amy Burkman’s awesome work:

 

We even created a Facebook frame so that folks could tell the world (or at least the internet) that they’re boycotting SeaWorld:

peta2—PETA’s youth program—came up with a clever way to encourage its followers to dump on SeaWorld:

peta2 asked its members to take a picture of a toilet and tag a SeaWorld park, and they did not disappoint.

And, of course, we joined our fellow SeaWorld haters on Twitter to share a few thoughts of our own:

Click here to see all the #BoycottSeaWorldDay tweets.

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You don’t have to wait for July 24, 2019, to take action. Click on the buttons below to help the animals imprisoned by SeaWorld. Thanks to our groundbreaking rapid-action tool, you can urge multiple companies to sever their ties with the abusement park in a matter of seconds.

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