Orcas at SeaWorld are trapped in cramped tanks. They are inbred, and the babies are torn away from their mothers.
SeaWorld is a horrible place for orcas, who endure stress, boredom, and depression in captivity. In the wild, orcas live in large social groups, often spending their lives with their families. They're intelligent animals who swim up to 100 miles a day and dive hundreds of feet below the ocean's surface, but at SeaWorld, they're confined to tiny, barren concrete tanks.
Remember: Every purchase of a SeaWorld ticket contributes directly to the suffering of these majestic animals.
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