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Aug 31

The Truth About SeaWorld and Japanese Dolphin Slaughters

by Staff
The Truth About SeaWorld and Japanese Dolphin Slaughters

Readers, as we continue to share with readers the truth about claims that are inaccurate, misleading, or incomplete, we want to address a subject that is often used to unfairly criticize SeaWorld: the dolphin drive hunts in Japan.

The Truth About SeaWorld and Japanese Dolphin Slaughters

The slaughter of dolphins and small whales in the Japanese drive hunts will begin again soon.

Aug 28

Seriously? It’s a Cup that Makes Re-Using Fun (AND Gives Money to Save Animals)!

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Seriously? It’s a Cup that Makes Re-Using Fun (AND Gives Money to Save Animals)!

Hello Readers,

We will be making new periodic posts on the SEA blog to enlighten readers about “the other side” of articles that are inaccurate, misleading, or omit information that we think is important for readers to know.

Aug 15

SeaWorld Announces First-of-its-Kind Killer Whale Environment and More Than $10 Million in New Funding for Research and Conservation Projects

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SeaWorld Announces First-of-its-Kind Killer Whale Environment and More Than $10 Million in New Funding for Research and Conservation Projects

SeaWorld announces today bold vision for the future: the massive addition of a new, first-of-its-kind killer whale environment at all three SeaWorld parks. This new environment will transform how visitors experience killer whales, and provide unprecedented access for zoological professionals and scientists to study and care for these incredible animals.

Jul 31

Southwest and SeaWorld Partnership News

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Southwest and SeaWorld Partnership News

Southwest and SeaWorld have mutually decided not to renew their partnership when the contract expires at the end of the year. Our promotional marketing relationship began in 1988 and was one of the first of its kind – focused on co-marketing opportunities between Southwest passengers and SeaWorld visitors. The companies decided not to renew the contract based on shifting priorities.

Jul 18

"Sea Rescue" and "The Wildlife Docs" are New This Weekend!

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"Sea Rescue" and "The Wildlife Docs" are New This Weekend!

Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs are new this weekend!

On the Emmy-nominated Sea Rescue, two California sea lions have fishing line wrapped around their necks and it looks like a death sentence for these unfortunate animals until the SeaWorld rescue team steps in to help. Then rescuers help a stranded, sunburned bottlenose dolphin in Florida and they must provide months of round-the-clock care to get him better.

Jul 10

Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs are New this Weekend!

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Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs are New this Weekend!

Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs are new this weekend!

On the Emmy-nominated Sea Rescue, after saving a sick sea lion from a rocky beach in San Diego, the SeaWorld rescue team finds her strong maternal instincts provide comfort to younger sea lions in its care. Then, a dehydrated and malnourished dolphin strands on a beach near the U.S.-Mexico border and the SeaWorld rescue team springs into action to help.

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