New aerial photography shows 7,000-pound orca Lolita in her tank―the smallest orca tank in America―where she has lived since she was captured from her pod 44 years ago.
When the Miami Seaquarium does maintenance on its orca tank, where does Lolita go?
Students at one university planned a protest to get the school to stop promoting SeaWorld. But as it turned out, they didn’t have to protest at all.
The city named after the patron saint of animals takes a strong stand for marine mammals.
Zoochosis is a disturbing psychological condition. This is what it looks like.
A zoo visitor leaves a little bit of herself behind, plus other animals-in-entertainment news.
This tiny dynamo isn’t even in fourth grade yet, but she’s already making waves for captive marine mammals around the world.
After suffering from an inflammation in his lungs, Bingo, a male orca, died this week.
The Vancouver Park Board voted unanimously Thursday night to introduce a bylaw to ban the breeding of captive whales and dolphins at the Vancouver Aquarium!
In a victory for marine mammals, a Supreme Court judge in the Bahamas has ordered a “swim-with-dolphins” exhibit to shut down and release its captive dolphins.
PETA, the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and the Orca Network are circling the wagons again to fight for Lolita’s freedom.
June is National Zoo and Aquarium Month, but we don’t think this is any reason to celebrate.
See how internationally renowned primatologist and animal advocate Dr. Jane Goodall is using her scientific expertise to end marine-mammal captivity.
Learn the steps for getting restaurants to remove inhumane Lobster Zone “games” that torture lobsters.
After a giant fish tank bursts at the T-REX Cafe in Downtown Disney, PETA asks the restaurant to remove its aquariums and stop putting sensitive, intelligent animals on display.