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#LastWeekInVegan Tilikum Dies & SeaWorld Ends Orca Shows

I'm back this week with another episode of #LastWeekInVegan, the first of 2017!  This time we talk about SeaWorld, angry congressmen, a century-old definition, veganism on the racetrack, and antibiotic use in the animal agriculture industry.  

Buckle up and let's start off 2017 with a bang!

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SeaWorld Takes A Step... But Is It Enough?

I was elated to hear the recent news that SeaWorld has agreed to end their orca breeding program effective immediately.  This decision has come far too late but gives me hope that the tides are changing for the animals who share our planet.

However, I can't help but wonder, is this decision enough to make a real difference to the whale populations already living in these parks?

I'm not so sure.

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