Everyone's favorite TV animal 'expert' goes off the rails warning about the dangers posed by the success of 'Blackfish.'
Just when you thought SeaWorld might outgrow its weird, cultlike behavior in its ongoing efforts to pretend there's nothing wrong with orca captivity, they turn around and issue ads that attack the very activists they're supposed to be allied with now.
The news that SeaWorld would stop its orca breeding program and stop their circus acts with the animals was a powerful sign that the dominant paradigm of corporate control is beginning to shift -- and not just on the animal-rights front. We all should be celebrating.
They held a nice protest out in front of SeaWorld Florida in Orlando on Saturday, and some uninvited guests showed up. Actually, they apparently were invited -- by someone associated with SeaWorld.
SeaWorld has gone off the deep end, resorting to petty smear campaigns and ugly intimidation in its campaign to silence former orca trainer John Hargrove -- just like a certain cult we all know.
SeaWorld, reeling from the 'Blackfish Effect,' is hoping for brighter days after a disastrous week financially and PR-wise as well. Lots of luck with that.
After months of debate over orca captivity stirred up by the documentary Blackfish, the company was finally persuaded to sit down at a table and engage the issue with their critics. It did not go well for them
A wall poster asking travelers to stay away from SeaWorld is scheduled to be unveiled at San Diego's airport Thursday.
A wall poster asking travelers to stay away from SeaWorld is scheduled to be unveiled at San Diego's airport Thursday, according to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA). (Video by Fox5, San Diego)