Prompted by a California law, SeaWorld San Diego will “end” its orca shows this Sunday—but the orcas will still be performing.
Many animals imprisoned at SeaWorld often die prematurely from stress and other captivity-related causes, but you can take a stand for them today.
A former employee-turned-whistleblower reports that stingrays starved and a nurse shark may have died from food-deprivation training methods.
His grim existence has changed public opinion about keeping orcas in tanks.
The same company that imprisons Lolita, the world’s loneliest orca, is responsible for numerous deaths at this nightmarish park in Hawaii.
The deathtrap for marine animals is shutting down.
The major cuts are no surprise considering that its attendance and revenue continue to tank.
After two beluga deaths at the Vancouver Aquarium occurred this month, city organizers may let the public vote on whether to end whale captivity.
Marine life aren’t the only animals suffering at this park.
As SeaWorld continues to tank, it’s no wonder that its San Antonio park is scrambling to change its image.
The reason the animal is dressed in this getup is heartbreaking, not adorable.
We protest the museum’s cruel display with a display of our own.
The AMNH’s live exhibit teaches the dangerous anti-conservationist message that wild animals are ours to dominate and display in tiny tanks for profit.
Today, Corky is locked inside one of SeaWorld’s tiny tanks, swimming in endless circles.