Animal Rights Activists: "Miami Seaquarium Needs to Be Torn Down"

The Miami Seaquarium, one of the nation's oldest marine mammal parks, is bracing for a hurricane. A tirade of condemnation is now raining down from thousands of animal rights' activists who want the iconic Florida landmark shut down. They believe the park is exploiting captive animal performers -- some of them endangered -- in less-than-adequate conditions for profit.

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