SeaWorld? Whales Would Rather Be Beached

Published by PETA.

On Super Bowl Sunday, a wave of 50 protestors crashed onto SeaWorld San Diego’s main entrance shouting, “Shame on you—free Shamu!” Then four “orcas” made their way into the intersection Beatles-style and lay “beached” for half an hour until they were dragged away by police and arrested.




Orca Road


All we are saying is give whales a chance.


Baby, I can’t drive my car to SeaWorld with these whales in the road.

Captive orcas could use a little help from their friends. Tell SeaWorld that whales don’t belong in jail.

Written by Michelle Sherrow

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

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