Free Shamu! That's the message from PETA, according to CNN Money, which bought shares in SeaWorld's IPO to pressure the amusement park chain to free its "enslaved" killer whales, starting with the venerable orca Corky.
Corky is one of several whales that performs under the stage name "Shamu" in SeaWorld's three amusement parks around the U.S.
David Perle, spokesman for the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, said his organization bought 80 shares worth a total of $2,273.70 when SeaWorld went public on April 19.
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