Guests Bitten by Animals, a Macaw Driven Mad: SeaQuest in Layton, Utah, Exposed
People should know that SeaQuest’s history of injuries to animals and the public is horrific and that its shoddy facilities deserve to go out of business.
22 Victories for Animals Exploited for Entertainment in 2022
PETA celebrated major wins for exploited animals in 2022, including a successful nationwide search for a chimpanzee and taking down a “Tiger King” villain in court.
Victory! Following Push From PETA, ‘City & County Credit Union’ Cuts Ties With SeaQuest
Victory! Another company has cut ties with SeaQuest—a chain of crummy shopping mall aquariums plagued by animal deaths and injuries to visitors.
Berlin Hotel Aquarium Bursts, Killing 1,500 Fish
Did you receive the wake-up call? A massive hotel aquarium in Berlin burst, sending 1,500 tropical fish to their death.
PETA Files FTC Complaint Over Injuries to Visitors, Staff at SeaQuest Aquariums
Animals die and humans are injured at SeaQuest aquariums—yet the company markets itself as safe and family-friendly. That’s why PETA is asking the FTC to get involved.
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Seedy SeaQuest Aquarium Chain Loses Sam’s Club SupportAquarium: © iStock.com/lmgorthand | Blood: © iStock.com/rudchenko | Seahorse: © iStock.com/luliiaMaidaniuk
Celebrate a PETA victory for animals! Read why Sam’s Club is the first major company to cut ties with SeaQuest, and learn how you can help.
Here Are the 10 Worst Venues Exploiting Alligators for Entertainment
PETA frequently receives complaints about facilities that offer alligator “attractions” from whistleblowers appalled by the poor conditions in which the animals are kept.
Video Taken at Lagoon in Mexico Serves as a Reminder to Leave Wildlife Alone
A horrifying video taken at a lagoon in Mexico is a grisly reminder of what can happen when humans disturb wild animals in their homes.
‘The Great Whale Rescue’ Highlights the Powerful Journey of Beluga Whales From a Marine Park to the First-of-Its-Kind Beluga Sanctuary
“The Great Whale Rescue” shares the powerful story of two beluga whales rescued from a marine park prison and moved to a real beluga sanctuary.
PETA Celebrates the End of USDA’s ‘Teachable Moments’
The USDA’s “teachable moments” proposed that there was a learning curve to treating animals humanely. PETA breaks down why this system was such a failure.
5 Sugar Gliders Found Dead in a Pipe at SeaQuest Fort Worth—Help Now@iStock.com/pigphoto
The animals imprisoned at SeaQuest need your help: The USDA’s latest report from the Fort Worth venue details a horrific mass death event and dangerous staffing problems.
‘I Am Traumatized’: Whistleblower Tells PETA of Her Experiences as a ‘Swim With Dolphins’ Photographer
A former photographer of “swim with dolphins” encounters said it was one of the worst experiences of her life. Find out why.
VIDEO: Dolphin Attacks Trainer at Miami Seaquarium in Shocking Footage
Shocking footage of a trainer being attacked at the Miami Seaquarium went viral. But what’s shown in the video isn’t the whole story…
Here’s Why You Should NEVER Visit the Austin Aquarium
Yet another visitor was injured at this seedy strip mall aquarium. Find out how YOU can take action for animals imprisoned there.
Houston Interactive Aquarium Got More Citations and an Official Warning From the USDA
Houston Interactive Aquarium apparently hasn’t learned from its previous citation: It still failed to meet the bare minimum AWA standards. Learn what you can do to help.
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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind