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PETA Files Complaint in Behalf of Injured Dolphin at SeaWorld

A weekend visitor to SeaWorld in San Antonio has sent PETA disturbing photographs of a dolphin who appears to be missing a chunk of flesh from his or her lower mandible.

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PETA Asks USDA to Investigate After Child Injured by SeaWorld Dolphin

Following the release of video footage showing a dolphin biting the hand of a young girl at SeaWorld Orlando, PETA submitted a complaint to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) requesting an investigation to determine whether the incident stemmed from Animal Welfare Act (AWA) violations.

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An orca whale is swimming in a tank © Free Morgan Foundation

Let Morgan Go Home!

At Loro Parque, Morgan – an intelligent, social ocean animal – is being kept in pitifully small tanks and denied everything that is natural and important to her.

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Photo of Nakai's injury ©Ingrid N. Visser, Ph.D.

Orca Badly Hurt in Needless SeaWorld Clash

Following a serious and gruesome injury to an orca in an avoidable attack, PETA has submitted a complaint asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture to take disciplinary action against SeaWorld for housing orcas incompatibly in apparent violation of the Animal Welfare Act (AWA).

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Shocking Video of SeaWorld Attack

Kasatka, a wild-caught orca enslaved at SeaWorld, explodes in extreme frustration at trainer Ken Peters in front of visitors to the theme park.

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Bestselling Author Blows Lid Off SeaWorld

The latest must-read from investigative journalist and New York Times bestselling author David Kirby is Death at SeaWorld, which meticulously chronicles the miserable lives and deaths of captive orcas at the marine park, and how the park also puts employees at risk.

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PETA’s Groundbreaking Court Case Against SeaWorld

In October 2011, PETA filed a lawsuit against SeaWorld in behalf of five wild-captured orcas seeking a declaration that these five orcas are slaves and subjected to involuntary servitude in violation of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

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