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12 Things Lolita Would Want Miami Seaquarium Visitors to Know | Please Help Her Today! #FreeLolita #ShameOnMiamiSeaquarium

Lolita Can Barely See, and the Miami Seaquarium Is to Blame—Help Her Today

Lolita spends her life in the world’s smallest orca tank with blistering skin and drilled teeth, and she’s drugged with antibiotics and steroids—and that’s only part of her heartbreaking story. This is what all visitors to the Miami Seaquarium should know.

Lolita the orca was captured and taken from the ocean when she was only 4 years old. The rest of her life has been a living nightmare at the Miami Seaquarium. Lolita’s family pod continues to thrive in the ocean, where they’re protected by the Endangered Species Act (ESA).1971 Orca capture off the coast of Washington State (Lolita and Family)

Read More: 12 Things Lolita Would Want Miami Seaquarium Visitors to Know | Features | PETA

They are not going to stop until she is dead.

Shame on anyone who enjoys her “show”.  #EmptyTheTanks #FreeLolita Enough is enough.

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