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Did SeaWorld’s Carelessness Kill Orca Amaya? ‘It Could Have Been Avoided,’ a Whistleblower Told PETA

SeaWorld’s cycle of abuse and death continues: Female orcas in the ocean can live up to 80 years, but Amaya—the latest to die in one of the marine park’s cramped tanks—was only 6.

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Infant Orca Ula Dies at Marine Park in Spain—Help Free Her Mother

Ula, an infant orca who never got to experience life outside Loro Parque, is the second orca to die at the “abusement” park this year. Take action for her mother.

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Despite Orca Deaths, These Artists Plan to Perform at SeaWorld—Take Action!

Please urge them to follow the lead of other compassionate artists who have chosen not to associate with SeaWorld!

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Luna the Beluga, a Sexual Abuse Survivor and Marine Park Sufferer, Gives Birth to SeaWorld’s Latest Victim

Workers violated Luna, forcibly impregnating her to create a living prop for the park’s shows. She rejected her first baby. Now this one, her fourth, is doomed to a life of suffering.

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A Vet Visited SeaWorld for PETA—We Want the USDA to Investigate Her Findings

Animals with eye problems, tooth damage, rake marks, and zero enrichment are suffering in concrete tanks while SeaWorld exposes them and everyone else there to deadly disease.

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Dolphin Obituaries: What It’s Really Like to Live and Die at SeaWorld

At SeaWorld, Bossa, Lily, and Puka were used as breeding machines to create generations of dolphins confined to small concrete tanks for life. Now, all three are dead.

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PETA Urges: Lay Off the Animals, Not the Workers!

More than 1,000 SeaWorld employees have been laid off since “Blackfish.” Had the park laid off the orcas instead, its business wouldn’t be sinking.

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Years Later, ‘Blackfish’ Impact Still Costing SeaWorld Millions

Years after allegedly lying about the negative impact “Blackfish” had on SeaWorld, the “abusement” park company is paying big bucks to settle a lawsuit linked to the damning film.

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UPDATE: Top SeaWorld Execs Get Bonuses While 90% of Employees Are Furloughed

SeaWorld can’t pay 90% of its employees during the coronavirus pandemic, but it just found $6.8 million in stock options to give to six top-earning executives.

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Self-Isolation Got You Feeling Trapped? Try Being a Dolphin at SeaWorld

SeaWorld is closed because of the coronavirus, but it should’ve closed long ago for cruelty. Tell the park not to reopen until all the dolphins and whales are released to seaside sanctuaries.

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