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PETA Shareholder Resolution Calls On SeaWorld to Shift Orcas to Sanctuaries

Last year when SeaWorld stock went public, PETA became shareholders so that we could attend and speak at annual meetings and submit shareholder resolutions asking for policy changes.

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SeaWorld’s Open Letter

In defense of its abusement park, SeaWorld unleashed an expensive and inaccurate ad campaign in newspapers across the country. PETA’s Lisa Lange sets the record straight.

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SeaWorld Shareholders Bail

Even though SeaWorld just went public last spring, a subsidiary of The Blackstone Group, the private-equity giant that controls SeaWorld Entertainment Inc., has sold 19.5 million shares of its SeaWorld stock.

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Rose Parade Officials: Cancel or Change SeaWorld’s Float!

PETA is urging Tournament of Roses President R. Scott Jenkins to require an update to SeaWorld’s float design that more accurately depicts what the orcas at SeaWorld endure.

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In Wake of ‘Blackfish,’ SeaWorld Chair Dumps Stock

Things at SeaWorld are not looking good—even its owners are jumping ship.

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PETA Calls for Cruelty-to-Animals Charges Against Seaworld

On the 30th anniversary of the capture of Tilikum PETA submitted a formal complaint urging Florida State Attorney Jeffery Ashton to investigate the park and to pursue felony charges for alleged violations of Florida’s anti-cruelty statute.

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More Death at SeaWorld: Young Beluga Dies at SeaWorld

Another animal has died prematurely at the hands of SeaWorld—this time a 4-year-old female beluga, Bella, who was born at SeaWorld San Antonio.

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No Dolphin Abusement Parks in India

When our colleagues at PETA India learned that state governments were planning to open dolphin parks around the country, they immediately contacted the appropriate officials to remind them that permission must be granted before such facilities can open.

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Victory! Georgia Aquarium’s Application to Import Belugas Denied

Virtual (and perhaps a few real) champagne corks are flying at PETA over a decision by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Fisheries Service to deny the Georgia Aquarium a permit to import 18 wild-caught beluga whales from Russia.

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Bleeding, Struggling Dolphins and Whales at SeaWorld

Two incidents caught on videotape show that not only are dolphins at SeaWorld’s parks at risk while jammed in the tanks, they are also at risk when they come out of them.

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