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PETA's Comment on 'Blackfish' Star Tilikum's Death: He's at Peace at Last

SeaWorld’s announcement that it’s ending its orca-breeding program came too late for Tilikum, who was bred 21 times—11 of his offspring dying before he did. From the moment he was taken from his ocean family, his life was tragic and filled with pain, as are the lives of the other animals who remain in SeaWorld’s tanks and exhibits. Tilikum must be the last orca to die inside a SeaWorld amusement park. SeaWorld needs to release all the remaining animals from its parks—the orcas, beluga whales, bottlenose dolphins, sea lions, walruses, penguins, and others—and rehabilitate them back into nature or into coastal sanctuaries where they can spend the rest of their lives in as natural a setting as possible.

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