Lolita has spent 47 years trapped in the smallest orca tank in the world 😔 wild orcas can dive 100s of ft below the water’s surface. lolita is 20 ft long & her tank is only a max of 20 ft deep 💔 #unluckyanimals#stpatricksday
Lolita the orca is living a miserable life at the #miamiseaquarium. she was kidnaped from her family in 1970 and has been held captive ever since. lolita belongs in the ocean with her family. she shouldn't live another second in this barbaric tank where she is forced to perform each day. we need everyone to know that this is happening to such an intelligent and social animal. join the fight to #freelolita because it is time to get her freedom back! 💔🐳#emptythetanks
Anyone going to any of these events? #lolita#tokitae#mygirl#orca#killerwhale#miami#miamiseaquarium#lummination#salishsea#washington#pugetsound#animalrights#emptythetanks#savethewhales
the lummi nation, through the nation’s house of tears carvers, is transporting a 16’ killer whale totem pole and two 8’ seal poles down the west coast and back east to miami, florida as part of our salish sea campaign. events held along the way are free and open to the public. please join us! master carver jewell james will be accompanying the totem pole for the entire journey, and will speak along the way. he will be joined at various events by other speakers and performers. we have already visited bellingham, seattle, tacoma, portland, los angeles, kumeyaay territory, austin, and houston. our upcoming events will all take place in our destination: miami!
saturday, may 26, 10:30am, blessing, the miami circle at brickell point site, downtown miami
saturday, may 26, 6:30pm, florida international university, featuring adam beach, the blackhawk singers, and others
sunday, may 27, 9am, start virginia keys park, walk across the street to the miami seaquarium
I still can't believe people still go to places like seaworld.
seeing peoples photos of themselves swimming with the dolphins and having photos next to them or pictures of the sealions taking place in comedy sketches or the orcas jumping out of the water upsets and angers me so much!
i wish people would educate themselves before going to actually see how these animals got there in the first place.
it may look fun and happy but dig a little deeper and you'll see the dark side of this type of place.
its pure slavery and its about time it stopped. these poor animals are ripped from their families and homes to entertain us humans.
the final photo on this post is in taiji, japan. its where they drive the dolphins into the cove to pick out the young dolphins they want and the rest are all killed and sold on markets as other meat.
please watch blackfish and the cove to really see what's going on.
to anyone considering going somewhere like this please spend your money wisely and go see these incredible creatures in their natural environment!
don't support this animal abuse!!
'that vegan couple' is currently touring the us and they will be coming to miami this june! they will be doing a meetup and vegan activism workshop, they will also join in on some local activism 📣 please join us for any or all of these events! that vegan couple is very inspirational, they are one of the reasons why i am an activist today and i'm so happy that they will come down to meet with the locals, help motivate the community to get active, and help spread the compassionate message ✊🐄🐷🐔🐟🌍 natasha and luca from australia are 'that vegan couple' on youtube and other social media. through their meet-up and activist workshop, they intend to help educate and inspire vegans to get active, and invite people to attend an activist event with them in miami. they have a reach of 170k+ followers across their various social media platforms, so they're hoping to use their social media influence to boost the participation of vegans in grassroots activism, as well as the profiles of local vegan activist groups in the cities they visit on this trip.