Blog: Captivity Industry
Ric O'Barry is in Europe this week for a big demonstration and meeting with the leadership of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums on Friday, March 28th.
At SeaWorld Orlando, the orca Tilikum lives a lonely life, as reported by Helene Hesselager O'Barry.
Ric O'Barry inspects the Taiji Whale Museum (in disguise), observing Angel and her confinement. She's alive, but an angel living in hell.
Get your tickets for the Orca Freedom Concert, featuring Heart with special guest Graham Nash and Joan Jett, coming up on Earth Day in Seattle. Proceeds benefit orca research and preservation organizations, including Earth Island Institute's International Marine Mammal Project.
Just before the Christmas holidays, SeaWorld posted a full-page newspaper ad, stating a number of things about captive orcas that are, frankly, rubbish.
Ono: "The way you are insisting on a big celebration of killing so many Dolphins...will make the children of the world hate the Japanese."
Muscians are canceling their gigs at SeaWorld in response to a grassroots movement to protest the inhumane captivity of orcas and dolphins.
Our Cove Monitor Cynthia Fernandez describes the death of a captive and conditions of captivity in Taiji for many dolphins, destined to spend the rest of their lives in small tanks doing stupid tricks for the public.