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MessageSujet: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Mer 4 Juil - 2:21

june 2nd , 2012

For two years, Tilikum lived the wondrous life of a free orca infant, swimming without restraint in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. This tranquility was soon interrupted when a capture crew traumatically separated him from his family and the ocean and dumped him into a tiny pool. Tilikum has been enslaved for more than 30 years since he was first trapped, eventually being sold into a SeaWorld prison, where he is forced to perform tricks and has little to look at other than the cement walls of his tank. You can help support PETA's groundbreaking work for Tilikum and other exploited and abused animals by making a much-needed gift today.

Enraged from his constant confinement and lack of anything natural or pleasant to do, Tilikum acted out in 2010 and violently attacked and drowned his trainer. In fact, Tilikum has caused three human deaths during his decades of enslavement. But instead of recognizing the tragedy as a sign that Tilikum is an intelligent animal who is suffering immensely from captivity, his SeaWorld captors punished the massive orca with a year of total isolation in an even tinier tank. For some of that time, Tilikum languished in a concrete tank just 2 feet longer than his own body.

Beyond the physical stress of confinement, imprisoning orcas causes them severe psychological distress. Orcas are among the most social animals on the planet, many spending their entire lives in close-knit matriarchal groups that communicate through family-specific dialects. To be locked up and forced to work against one's will is awful for any living being. But for orcas like Tilikum, the abuse is mind-numbingly cruel.

Orcas are the largest animals held in captivity—Tilikum himself weighs more than 12,000 pounds. In the wild, orcas are in near-constant motion, even when they are resting. They travel up to 100 miles every day and spend up to 90 percent of their time under the water's surface—something that's nearly impossible at SeaWorld, where only two of the seven tanks are even as deep as Tilly is long. We need to do all that we can to free Tilly and other animal prisoners like him, and I hope you'll help. Please make a generous donation online right now.

PETA recently put Tilly's case on the map by taking groundbreaking action: We sued SeaWorld on behalf of Tilikum and four other wild-caught orcas who are imprisoned there. For the first time in history, a federal judge listened to arguments that the definition of slavery does not depend on the species of the slave any more than it depends on race, ethnicity, or gender. Although the case did not move forward, the significant media coverage that it received and academic and legal debate that it stirred have generated a public outcry against SeaWorld and other entertainment-industry slaveholders. This landmark case mirrors the many court decisions that, in our past, denied certain humans rights that we now accept as fundamental. Each step was crucial to the expansion of rights.

Your help todaywill strengthen PETA's efforts for all animals and help us do even more to get SeaWorld to release Tilikum and the other animals it enslaves and move them to coastal wildlife sanctuaries, where some can eventually make the transition back to the ocean, where they belong. No animal deserves the loneliness, confinement, and denial of nearly all that is natural and important to them that Tilly has endured for more than three decades. Thank you for standing up for orcas and other animals who are yearning for freedom.
Tilikum and animals like him need PETA and our millions of dedicated supporters to free them from a lifetime of confinement and exploitation. Please help us do even more for them with your secure gift today.


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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Ven 6 Juil - 7:34

October 25 , 2011

PETA Sues SeaWorld for Violating Orcas' Constitutional Rights

In the first case of its kind, PETA, three marine-mammal experts, and two former orca trainers are filing a lawsuit asking a federal court to declare that five wild-caught orcas forced to perform at SeaWorld are being held as slaves in violation of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The filing—the first ever seeking to apply the 13th Amendment to nonhuman animals—names the five orcas as plaintiffs and also seeks their release to their natural habitats or seaside sanctuaries. The suit is based on the plain text of the 13th Amendment, which prohibits the condition of slavery without reference to "person" or any particular class of victim. "Slavery is slavery, and it does not depend on the species of the slave any more than it depends on gender, race, or religion," says general counsel to PETA, Jeffrey Kerr. The five wild-captured orca plaintiffs are Tilikum and Katina (both confined at SeaWorld Orlando) and Kasatka, Corky, and Ulises (all three confined at SeaWorld San Diego).

"All five of these orcas were violently seized from the ocean and taken from their families as babies. They are denied freedom and everything else that is natural and important to them while kept in small concrete tanks and reduced to performing stupid tricks," says PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk. "The 13th Amendment prohibits slavery, and these orcas are, by definition, slaves."In the aerial view of SeaWorld, one can see how little room orcas have. Inside the circle is Tilikum, whose nose and tail almost touch the ends of his tank.Orcas are intelligent animals who, in the wild, work cooperatively, form complex relationships, communicate using distinct dialects, and swim up to 100 miles every day. At SeaWorld, they are forced to swim in circles in small, barren concrete tanks. Deprived of the opportunity to make conscious choices and to practice their cultural vocal, social, and foraging traditions, they are compelled to perform meaningless tricks for a reward of dead fish.

Our understanding of animals grows every day. Animals are no longer regarded as "things" to dominate, but as breathing, feeling beings with families, dialects, intellect, and emotions. Just as we look back with shame at a time when we enslaved other humans and viewed some people as property less deserving of protection and consideration, we will look back on our treatment of these animals with shame. The 13th Amendment exists to abolish slavery in all its forms—and this lawsuit is the next step. The orcas are represented in the suit by what the law refers to as their "next friends": PETA, Ric O'Barry (a former orca and dolphin trainer and the star of the Academy Award–winning documentary The Cove), renowned marine biologist and orca expert Dr. Ingrid N. Visser, Orca Network founder Howard Garrett, and former SeaWorld trainers Samantha Berg and Carol Ray.

The groundbreaking suit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California in San Diego. Please help animals imprisoned by SeaWorld today. Click here to write to The Blackstone Group—the company that owns SeaWorld—and ask that it immediately set in place a firm and rapid plan to release the animals to sanctuaries that can provide them with an appropriate and more natural environment

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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Sam 7 Juil - 14:17

may 22 , 2012

SeaWorld is the site of some serious tragedies for both humans and animals.

The SeaWorld parks have a terrible record of animal deaths from captivity-related causes. Yet Blackstone—the company that owns SeaWorld—turns a blind eye to the cruelty as well as to the unsafe conditions for both humans and animals. In recent years alone, a mother and baby orca have died unexpectedly and trainers at the parks have been hurt and even killed—their bodies seized, slammed against the tank walls, and held underwater to drown by a deeply frustrated captive orca. Please help us ramp up the pressure on Blackstone to release these animals into coastal sanctuaries and prepare them to return to their ocean homes and lives.

The intelligent, social ocean-dwelling animals kept in the pitifully small tanks at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. In the wild, orcas and members of other dolphin species live in large, intricate social groups and swim up to 100 miles a day in the open ocean, but Blackstone and SeaWorld keep captive orcas and dolphins in small enclosures that would be like confining us to life in a bathtub. In nature, orcas and other dolphins navigate with the aid of echolocation, but in tanks the reverberations from their own sonar bounce off the walls, driving some of them insane. World-renowned oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau compared keeping orcas in tanks to "a person being blindfolded in a jail cell."

These animals have often been violently captured and torn away from their homes and families in the sea and forced to perform meaningless and repetitious circus-style tricks. According to whistleblower insiders, withholding food and isolating animals who refuse to perform are common training methods. At facilities such as SeaWorld, dolphins and other sea animals routinely die from stress and other captivity-related causes.

Marine parks such as SeaWorld teach children the wrong lessons: that it is somehow acceptable to imprison animals, forbid them from experiencing the joy of establishing their natural territory and exploring their world, separate them from loved ones, and force them to perform confusing and unnatural tricks to bring in tourist dollars. Visitors to SeaWorld see mere shadows of what these graceful and awe-inspiring animals are like in nature. Captive dolphins are defeated and depressed beings who cannot engage in natural behavior and cannot live as nature intended. With the Memorial Day kickoff of summer tourist season just days away, we need to do all that we can to help these animals.

Please add your voice to the thousands who have spoken out against cruel captivity—sign the petition today
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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Sam 7 Juil - 14:18

MAY 21 2012

SIGN THE PETITION

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SeaWorld has turned a blind eye to the unsafe conditions for both humans and animals despite numerous tragedies—including the recent deaths of a mother and baby orca and the death of yet another young person who was seized, slammed against the tank walls, and held down to drown by a frustrated orca. Please take a moment to write to Blackstone—the company that owns SeaWorld—and ask that it immediately devise a plan to release these captive animals into coastal sanctuaries.

The intelligent, social ocean-dwelling animals kept in the pitifully small tanks at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. In aquariums, dolphins and other sea animals routinely die from stress and other captivity-related causes, and SeaWorld has an abysmal record. The only thing that people learn from visiting a SeaWorld theme park is what human domination looks like and how miserable life can be for the animals confined there.

Take action now, while the summer tourist season is just beginning, by signing the petition below.


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I am shocked that SeaWorld continues to exploit marine animals for entertainment despite the many tragedies that have occurred at the park, including the horrifying incident in which a trainer was killed by an orca and the deaths of numerous captive marine mammals. These events did not have to happen, and I appeal to you to take strong action now so that similar tragedies never occur again.

The intelligent, social ocean-dwelling animals kept in the pitifully small tanks at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. Please make the humane decision to start moving the captive orcas and other marine mammals to transitional coastal sanctuaries and replace them with state-of-the-art virtual-reality and animatronic exhibits that wow both children and adults.

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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Mar 24 Juil - 8:52

july 23 , 2012

SeaWorld confines orcas—who often swim up to 100 miles a day in the wild—to concrete tanks that, to them, are the size of a bathtub. They are also forced to perform meaningless tricks for "entertainment." SeaWorld strips animals of everything that is natural and important to them—their families, the open ocean, and their happiness.

Animals trapped at SeaWorld often die prematurely from stress and other causes related to captivity, but you can help them today.




Explore SeaWorldOfHurt.com to learn more about the abysmal record SeaWorld has, including the premature deaths of countless orcas—and say "No!" to SeaWorld. You can help by refusing to support this cruel industry, which uses animals to make a hefty profit. Please sign the letter to urge SeaWorld to release its animals to coastal sanctuaries and never purchase tickets to SeaWorld.
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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Mar 24 Juil - 8:53

JULY 20 2012

REFUSE TO BUY TICKETS TO SEA WORLD

SeaWorld enslaves and confines animals to small tanks at marine parks around the country, where they are forced to perform unnecessary tricks for "entertainment." Animals imprisoned at SeaWorld often die prematurely from stress and other captivity-related causes, but you can help them today. Explore this site, learn more, and refuse to buy tickets to SeaWorld.

http://www.seaworldofhurt.com/?utm_campaign=0712%20SeaWorld%20Microsite&utm_source=PETA%20E-Mail&utm_medium=Alert
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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Mar 24 Juil - 8:55

SIGN PETITION

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Help Animals Imprisoned by SeaWorld

In aquariums, dolphins and other sea animals routinely die prematurely from stress and other captivity-related causes, and SeaWorld has an abysmal record. SeaWorld continues to turn a blind eye to the safety of humans and animals alike despite numerous tragedies—including the deaths of many orcas and the death of a trainer who was seized by a frustrated orca, thrown against the walls of the tank, and held under water to drown.

The intelligent, social ocean animals kept in the pitifully small tanks at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. In the wild, dolphins swim up to 100 miles a day in the open ocean, but captive dolphins are confined to small tanks in which the reverberations from their sonar bounce off the walls, driving them insane. Some of these animals were violently captured and torn away from their homes in the wild, and many are forced to learn and perform circus-style tricks. According to whistleblower tips from trainers, withholding food and isolating animals who refuse to perform are common training methods.

The only thing that people learn from visiting a SeaWorld theme park is how miserable life is for the animals confined there. Children see mere shadows of animals, defeated beings who do not engage in natural behavior and cannot live as nature intended. Marine parks teach all the wrong lessons: that it is acceptable to imprison animals; to deprive them of freedom of movement and thought; to forbid them the chance to establish their natural territory and explore; to breed and separate them as we, not they, please; and to watch them go insane from boredom and loneliness.

You can help the animals imprisoned by SeaWorld today. Please take a moment to write to The Blackstone Group—the company that owns SeaWorld—and ask that it immediately set in place a firm and rapid plan to release the animals to sanctuaries that can provide them with a more natural environment.

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The intelligent, social ocean animals kept in the pitifully small tanks at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. Please make the humane decision to start moving the captive orcas and other marine mammals to transitional coastal and wildlife sanctuaries and replace them with state-of-the-art virtual reality and animatronic exhibits that wow youngsters and adults alike.

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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Mar 4 Sep - 4:02

June 6th 2012

If postcards from SeaWorld reflected reality, they would show the parks for what they truly are: cruel prisons that deprive marine animals of space, social contact, and all that is natural and important to them.

Life in cramped tanks is no vacation for these animals, who want to live free with their families in the open ocean. Social and intelligent animals, orcas swim long distances across the ocean, work cooperatively with other animals in their pod, and engage in complex relationships. But in captivity, this natural behavior is not possible.

Captive orcas can swim only in endless circles around small, barren tanks between shows in which they're forced to perform repetitious and unnatural tricks for screaming audiences. Orcas have a 60-year life expectancy. Yet even with regular meals and access to veterinary care, orcas in facilities like SeaWorld typically die long before those who still have their freedom in the wild.

The abuse endured by animals at SeaWorld and other marine prisons must be stopped.

Your support today can help PETA continue to demand that these marine animals be released into coastal sanctuaries. Please strengthen PETA's work in behalf of orcas and all animals by making a generous gift online right now.
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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Mar 4 Sep - 4:05

JUNE 6 th 2012

hELP ANIMALS IMPRISONED BY seaworld

You can strengthen PETA's efforts in behalf of orcas and all animals by making a special donation right now. Your gift today will help animals who are exploited, abused, and mistreated. Together, we can make the world a better place for sensitive animals such as those held captive by SeaWorld.

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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Lun 17 Juin - 13:25

JANUARY 12th 2011

Bob Barker: Don't Go to SeaWorld!

http://www.peta.org/features/Bob-Barker-Says-Dont-Go-to-SeaWorld.aspx



















Bob Barker has an important message for anyone thinking about visiting SeaWorld: DON'T! Bob explains in a special video public service announcement (PSA) for PETA, "Life in cramped tanks is no prize for orcas and dolphins, who want to be free with their families in the ocean. Many have died prematurely at SeaWorld after swimming in endless circles and performing dumb tricks day in and day out."





















The bright, social marine animals at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. Orcas are intelligent predators who, in the wild, work cooperatively, engage in complex relationships, and swim up to 100 miles every day. Many orcas held captive at SeaWorld were taken from their ocean homes and family pods and are now forced to swim in endless circles inside small, barren concrete tanks. Captive orcas live far short of their natural 60-year life expectancy. At least 23 orcas have died in U.S. SeaWorld facilities since 1986—and not one died of old age. "Be a winner for animals," concludes Barker, "by avoiding such sad exhibits."
Show your love and compassion for animals by pledging never to visit SeaWorld. Check out PETA's vacation hot-spot ideas for fun, cruelty-free destinations and activities. 
Take action now to help animals imprisoned by Sea World! Please take a moment to write to The Blackstone Group—the company that owns SeaWorld—and ask that it immediately set into motion a plan to release its marine animals into sanctuaries that can provide them with a more natural environment.
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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Dim 4 Aoû - 11:59

August, 3rd of 2013

VIDEO HERE

http://www.causes.com/causes/293-animal-rights/updates/794870

WATCH AND TAKE ACTION: Help Animals Imprisoned by SeaWorld
The critically acclaimed documentary Blackfish centers on a captive orca named Tilikum. He was torn away from his family and ocean home when he was he was 2 years old, and out of frustration caused by nearly 20 years of intense confinement, isolation, and lack of emotional and intellectual stimulation, he has killed three humans.

You can help the animals imprisoned by SeaWorld today. Please take a moment to ask SeaWorld to immediately set in place a firm and rapid plan to release the animals to sanctuaries that can provide them with a more natural environment.

Say NO to SeaWorld today: http://links.causes.com/s/clLAbt?r=yMrN
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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Dim 4 Aoû - 12:08

JULY 19TH 2013

http://www.causes.com/Release-Orcas?utm_campaign=activity_mailer%2Fshare_to_followers&utm_medium=email&utm_source=causes

Demand that SeaWorld "Empty the Tanks" and Release Orcas Back to the Wild

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This cause leader needs your help to free beautiful Orcas trapped in captivity at SeaWorld locations across the planet. Please sign the petition to join her campaign to "Empty the Tanks".

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Demand that SeaWorld "Empty the Tanks" and Release Orcas Back to the Wild
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SIGN THE PETITION
Why do we put the planet's second smartest mammal in small aquarium tanks and treat them as puppets for entertainment? I need your help to free beautiful marine mammals trapped in captivity at SeaWorld locations across the planet. I do not feel marine mammal entertainment parks have any place in the 21st century.

We know the level of awareness these animals have. We know their social connections, their eating habits, and natural wild behaviors. You cannot breed natural instincts out of an animal in a handful of generations. These are incredibly social, intelligent beings that are being taken advantage of to make money. It is animal slavery, and it needs to be brought to the general public's attention. These beautiful animals should not be trapped in pens that are too small and worked until their last breath is taken and then thrown out like trash and replaced. Please sign the petition and join the campaign to free these orcas

On July 27, people across the globe in 21 locations will be protesting against marine mammal facilities. If you would like more information about the campaign, please visit the Empty the Tanks website: http://links.causes.com/s/clLlkq?r=vdqs

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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Dim 4 Aoû - 12:10

July 19 th 2013

Sign this petition

http://www.causes.com/Release-Orcas?utm_campaign=activity_mailer%2Fshare_to_followers&utm_medium=email&utm_source=causes

Demand that Marine Mammal Parks "Empty the Tanks" and Release Orcas & Dolphins Back to the Wild

to: Stephen Schwarzman, SeaWorld CEO
We demand that you release or retire all marine mammals in captivity. For the marine mammals that are not suitable candidates for release into the wild, we demand that you create a transition plan that would facilitate their readjustment to the wild or retire them into seapens. We think it's a shame that you keep these beautiful mammals in pens that are smaller than your own home and that you profit off their exploitation and suffering.

Why do we put the planet's second smartest mammal in small aquarium tanks and treat them as puppets for entertainment? I need your help to free beautiful marine mammals trapped in captivity at SeaWorld locations across the planet. I do not feel marine mammal entertainment parks have any place in the 21st century.

We know the level of awareness these animals have. We know their social connections, their eating habits, and natural wild behaviors. You cannot breed natural instincts out of an animal in a handful of generations. These are incredibly social, intelligent beings that are being taken advantage of to make money. It is animal slavery, and it needs to be brought to the general public's attention. These beautiful animals should not be trapped in pens that are too small and worked until their last breath is taken and then thrown out like trash and replaced. Please sign the petition and join the campaign to free these orcas

On July 27, people across the globe in 21 locations will be protesting against marine mammal facilities. If you would like more information about the campaign, please visit the Empty the Tanks website: http://www.emptythetanksworldwide.com/
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MessageSujet: Re: MARINE PARKS , THEME PARKS   Dim 4 Aoû - 12:12

july 20th 2013

http://www.causes.com/causes/783/updates/794230

Join an Empty the Tanks event near you!
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We are only one day away from the worldwide Empty the Tanks event. Please join an event near you! We need to stand together and give a voice to the marine mammals trapped in parks around the world.

Stand together on July 27th and tell the world it is time to EMPTY THE TANKS!

SeaWorld San Diego – California, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/618647978163468/?fref=ts
SeaWorld San Antonio – Texas, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/357838031003199/?notif_t=plan_user_invited
SeaWorld Orlando – Florida, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/358351534284894/?fref=ts
Marineland Canada – Ontario, Canada https://www.facebook.com/events/195534500570547/
Miami Seaquarium – Florida, USA -https://www.facebook.com/events/662567280423614/
Georgia Aquarium – Georgia, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/565530896812521/?notif_t=plan_user_invited
National Aquarium – Baltimore, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/499381876778173/
SeaWorld Australia – Gold Coast, Australia https://www.facebook.com/events/437066849711598/?fref=ts
Dolfinarium Harderwijk – Netherlands https://www.facebook.com/events/562089927145533/?fref=ts
Shedd Aquarium – Chicago, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/264550303682519/
Las Vegas Mirage Hotel Dolphin Habitat, USA – https://www.facebook.com/events/118733298322945/
Durban, South Africa – https://www.facebook.com/events/299249966874495/
Vancouver Aquarium, Vancouver, BC – https://www.facebook.com/events/150354405145232/
Sea Life Park, Oahu, USA – https://www.facebook.com/events/386286178151442/
Toronto, Canada – https://www.facebook.com/events/134885726689079/
Edinburgh,UK – https://www.facebook.com/events/190470844438281/
Ocean Park, Hong Kong – https://www.facebook.com/events/158796797623663/
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Vallejo, CA, USA https://www.facebook.com/events/383012365150320/
Mar del Plata, Argentina – https://www.facebook.com/events/413208205460760/
Kamogawa Sea World, Japan – https://www.facebook.com/events/127928937400404/
Osaka, Japan – https://www.facebook.com/events/127928937400404/
Lithuania - https://www.facebook.com/events/585120488186328/
Zoo Aquarium De Madrid, Spain - https://www.facebook.com/events/406506436133269/
London, UK - https://www.facebook.com/events/177451125766689/
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8 Reasons Orcas Don't Belong at SeaWorld
Premature Deaths
Orcas in the wild have an average life expectancy of 30 to 50 years—their estimated maximum lifespan is 60 to 70 years for males and 80 to over 100 for females. The median age of orcas in captivity is only 9, and orcas at SeaWorld rarely make it even to the average life expectancy of their wild cousins.
Premature Deaths
Lean, Mean Killing Machines—or Not?
In the wild, despite centuries of sharing the ocean, there has been only a single reliable report of an orca harming a human being. Because of the stress involved in being deprived of everything that is natural and important to orcas in captivity, orcas have attacked and killed three humans just since 1991 and many others have been injured.
Lean, Mean Killing Machines—or Not
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Collapsed Dorsal Fins
All captive adult male orcas have collapsed dorsal fins, likely because they have no space in which to swim freely and are fed an unnatural diet of thawed dead fish. SeaWorld claims that this condition is common—however, in the wild, it rarely ever happens and is a sign of an injured or unhealthy orca.
Collapsed Dorsal Fins
Tanks
SeaWorld confines whales who often swim up to 100 miles a day in the wild to tanks that, to them, are the size of a bathtub. An orca at SeaWorld would have to swim the circumference of the main pool 1,900 times in one day to swim that same distance.
Tanks
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Fights
Orcas who are not compatible are forced to live in tight quarters together. The resulting anxiety and tension cause fights between orcas. In the wild, orcas have strong social bonds that may last for life, their social rules prohibit serious violence against each other, and when fights do occur, they can find space to flee. In captivity, there's nowhere for them to go, which leads to injuries and death.
Fights
Nakai was injured on a sharp metal edge in his tank while reportedly fleeing from an aggressive altercation with two other orcas.
Photo © Ingrid N. Visser, Ph.D.
Diet of Pig and Cow Bones
In captivity, orcas are unable to hunt and obtain water from their prey, so SeaWorld gives them gelatin, a substance that is not natural for them, in an attempt to keep them hydrated. Tilikum, who weighs 12,000 lbs., alone consumes 83 pounds of gelatin every day.
Diet of Pig and Cow Bones
© Free Morgan Foundation
Breaking Their Teeth to Get Out
Orcas in captivity gnaw at iron bars and concrete from stress, anxiety, and boredom, sometimes breaking their teeth and resulting in painful dental drilling without anesthesia.
Breaking Their Teeth to Get Out
© Free Morgan Foundation
Family Matters
Orcas are highly social animals who live in stable social groups ranging from two to 15 individuals. In some populations, children stay with their mothers for life. In captivity, orcas are forced to live with orcas from other family units who speak a completely different language than they do and are constantly moved between facilities for breeding and to perform.
Family Matters
Orcas suffer mentally and physically just to line SeaWorld's pockets. You can help them! The momentum is on our side with the release of Blackfish and our recent lawsuit against SeaWorld. Join the fight to help orcas, and tell all your friends never to go to SeaWorld.
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