Five years after Blackfish, SeaWorld’s attendance is back up—and the fact that there's booze on the house is no coincidence.
Just get it over with and change the jingle to “Everyone hates Marineland” already.
SeaWorld just announced massive layoffs, but its 23 orcas are here to stay.
The company has yielded to years of public pressure over its killer whale program, announcing that it will end captive breeding — but it has no plans to retire its current roster of orcas.
At worst, hope can be a balm that only hides deep lacerations. It's used to soothe the shock of inequality, instead of actually addressing the legacy of oppression.
People for the Ethnical Treatment of Animals says that SeaWorld infiltrators encouraged members to commit arson at the theme park and drain animal tanks.
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The lawsuit claims the agency overstepped its jurisdiction and seeks a reversal of the decision, which impacts the company's San Diego facility.
The state approved a multi-million-dollar expansion of the marine park, but banned captive breeding and the sale, trade, or transfer of captive orcas.