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Op-Ed: Fiftieth anniversary of 'Flipper' overlooks the truth

Miami - As Miami Seaquarium in Florida gears up for a year long celebration of the television show 'Flipper', the story of the real Flipper was nothing to celebrate.

Advocates gather for Miami Seaquarium's lonely orca Lolita

Miami - Lolita, the sole killer whale at a Floridian marine park, received another boost last week as advocates held a last-minute rally to plead her case to Dateline, one of Australia's longest-running international current affairs programs.

Op-Ed: PETA launches powerful petition against orca captivity

With the deadline looming for a solitary orca held in captivity at Miami Seaquarium, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), is using original images of her capture to plead her case and launch a public pledge against captivity.

Time running out for lonely orca Lolita at Miami Seaquarium

Miami - Time is running out for a solitary orca held at Miami Seaquarium. Lolita, also called Tokitae, was one of the first whales in a brutal roundup that captured orcas for display in marine parks between 1965 and 1973.

Op-Ed: Haunting PSA pleads the case for action over killer whale Lolita

A newly released Public Service Announcement calling for the retirement of orca Lolita, is asking the public to back the killer whale's cause and transition her to an ocean sanctuary in the Pacific Northwest.

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Tommy Norden  who played Bud in the Flipper television series  says Hi to an old friend  Flipper. Bu...
Tommy Norden, who played Bud in the Flipper television series, says Hi to an old friend, Flipper. But Flipper is dead.
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Lolita performing
Lolita performing
Piotr Domaradzki, Miami, FL, 1998

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