Orca Ocean trainer Alexis Martínez having a good moment with Keto, who became his killer due to heinous & criminal corporate malfeasance. Sea World & all its subsidiary Orca "parks" must be dismantled & these animals must be given decent lives. Their violent behaviors, and self-destructiveness, are inevitable reactions to enslavement & torture.

Blood in the Water

Orca Ocean trainer Alexis Martínez having a good moment with Keto, who became his killer due to heinous & criminal corporate malfeasance. Sea World & all its subsidiary Orca "parks" must be dismantled & these animals must be given decent lives. Their violent behaviors, and self-destructiveness, are inevitable reactions to enslavement & torture.

Tilikum ❤. RIP Dawn Brancheau. Orca. Killer whale. Captivity kills. Boycott marine parks. Get the facts. Protect our majestic oceans and sea life! Sustainable world!

Tilikum ❤. RIP Dawn Brancheau. Orca. Killer whale. Captivity kills. Boycott marine parks. Get the facts. Protect our majestic oceans and sea life! Sustainable world!

Two months prior to the death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau, another SeaWorld-owned orca killed trainer Alexis Martinez.

Two months prior to the death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau, another SeaWorld-owned orca killed trainer Alexis Martinez.

On December 24, 2009, a 6,600-pound orca killed trainer Alexis Martínez at a marine park in the Canary Islands. Two months later, trainer Dawn Brancheau was killed by an orca at SeaWorld Orlando. With the OSHA trial on trainer safety at SeaWorld Orlando starting September 19, Tim Zimmermann asks: Should Martínez’s death have served as a warning about the lethal potential of killer whales being trained for our entertainment?

Blood in the Water

On December 24, 2009, a 6,600-pound orca killed trainer Alexis Martínez at a marine park in the Canary Islands. Two months later, trainer Dawn Brancheau was killed by an orca at SeaWorld Orlando. With the OSHA trial on trainer safety at SeaWorld Orlando starting September 19, Tim Zimmermann asks: Should Martínez’s death have served as a warning about the lethal potential of killer whales being trained for our entertainment?

On December 24, 2009, a 6,600-pound orca killed trainer Alexis Martínez at a marine park in the Canary Islands. Two months later, trainer Dawn Brancheau was killed by an orca at SeaWorld Orlando. With the OSHA trial on trainer safety at SeaWorld Orlando starting September 19, Tim Zimmermann asks: Should Martínez’s death have served as a warning about the lethal potential of killer whales being trained for our entertainment?

Blood in the Water

On December 24, 2009, a 6,600-pound orca killed trainer Alexis Martínez at a marine park in the Canary Islands. Two months later, trainer Dawn Brancheau was killed by an orca at SeaWorld Orlando. With the OSHA trial on trainer safety at SeaWorld Orlando starting September 19, Tim Zimmermann asks: Should Martínez’s death have served as a warning about the lethal potential of killer whales being trained for our entertainment?

SeaWorld announced Saturday that Kyara was showing possible signs of pneumonia, “one of the most common causes of illness or morbidity in whales and dolphins,” according to its Facebook page.  The deaths of almost 150 sea lions, beluga whales, orcas and other dolphins at SeaWorld’s three parks have been caused by infections over the last 30 years, the Express-News investigation found.  Tilikum — the orca who killed SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau in 2010 and the main subject of the 2013…

SeaWorld’s last killer whale calf dies at San Antonio park

SeaWorld announced Saturday that Kyara was showing possible signs of pneumonia, “one of the most common causes of illness or morbidity in whales and dolphins,” according to its Facebook page. The deaths of almost 150 sea lions, beluga whales, orcas and other dolphins at SeaWorld’s three parks have been caused by infections over the last 30 years, the Express-News investigation found. Tilikum — the orca who killed SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau in 2010 and the main subject of the 2013…

Empty The Tanks . Freedom . Anti Captivity . Dolphins . Don't buy a ticket . SeaWorld .

Empty The Tanks . Freedom . Anti Captivity . Dolphins . Don't buy a ticket . SeaWorld .

In investigating the deaths of trainers at Sea World, filmmaker Gabriela Cowperthwaite uncovers a history of horrible mistreatment of killer whales. The tragedy of the documentary is that both the orca Tilikum and the trainers he killed — animal lovers who believed they were doing good — are victims.

25 Documentaries That Will Make You Cry Uncontrollably

In investigating the deaths of trainers at Sea World, filmmaker Gabriela Cowperthwaite uncovers a history of horrible mistreatment of killer whales. The tragedy of the documentary is that both the orca Tilikum and the trainers he killed — animal lovers who believed they were doing good — are victims.

On December 24, 2009, a 6,600-pound orca killed trainer Alexis Martínez at a marine park in the Canary Islands. Two months later, trainer Dawn Brancheau was killed by an orca at SeaWorld Orlando. With the OSHA trial on trainer safety at SeaWorld Orlando starting September 19, Tim Zimmermann asks: Should Martínez’s death have served as a warning about the lethal potential of killer whales being trained for our entertainment?

Blood in the Water

On December 24, 2009, a 6,600-pound orca killed trainer Alexis Martínez at a marine park in the Canary Islands. Two months later, trainer Dawn Brancheau was killed by an orca at SeaWorld Orlando. With the OSHA trial on trainer safety at SeaWorld Orlando starting September 19, Tim Zimmermann asks: Should Martínez’s death have served as a warning about the lethal potential of killer whales being trained for our entertainment?

Blackfish’ Director: Killer Whales Don’t Belong in Captivity by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. Why did Tilikum, the highly intelligent, 12,000 pound Orca, kill his trainer? Gabriela Cowperthwaite, director of the documentary ‘Blackfish,’ on why SeaWorld needs to end its mad-science experiment on killer whales. (TheDailyBeast) An interesting article...

‘Blackfish’ Director: Killer Whales Don’t Belong in Captivity

Blackfish’ Director: Killer Whales Don’t Belong in Captivity by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. Why did Tilikum, the highly intelligent, 12,000 pound Orca, kill his trainer? Gabriela Cowperthwaite, director of the documentary ‘Blackfish,’ on why SeaWorld needs to end its mad-science experiment on killer whales. (TheDailyBeast) An interesting article...

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