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A SeaWorld Ethics Primernew

Animal captivity for food, entertainment, and educational purposes is undeniably a fundamental feature of human civilizations everywhere, and SeaWorld has undeniably fostered a new public awareness of the beauty and grace of its show animals. At the same time, there are compelling reasons to challenge a marine-park industry that may no longer meet our criteria for civilized stewardship of the planet's wildlife.
San Antonio Current  |  Jeffrey Wright  |  04-14-2010  |  Animal Issues

Jean-Michel Cousteau Speaks About the Risks of Keeping Cetaceans in Captivitynew

Jean-Michel Cousteau of Santa Barbara’s Ocean Futures Society sat down with The Independent on Friday to discuss this week's death of Florida SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau. He explained why freeing “jailed” marine mammals is not as easy as it may sound.
Santa Barbara Independent  |  Tyler Hayden  |  03-01-2010  |  Animal Issues

Blood in the Waternew

A new documentary sheds light on the Japanese dolphin slaughter and revisits SeaWorld's sins of the past.
Orlando Weekly  |  Justin Strout  |  08-06-2009  |  Animal Issues

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