This man out here spittin facts
Some people got to understand, if they release those animal into the wild, they’ll die. They have better medic care than actual people, they haven’t been exposed to actual ocean life, and if they got eat, they’ll die, the don’t know how to hunt. Specially those 50 year old whales.
@Alpha Warrior, I dont know if I agree about the good medical care just because their living conditions are so abnormal and unnatural. Like a lot of their marine mammals get really bad sun burns which sounds silly but it can be pretty damaging and they cant escape to deeper darker water. Plus it's impossible to build something that would fit them in it that would give them a good life. I understand your point about older whale but they shouldn't take in new animals then and use any profits from the animals that cant be released to rehabilitate those that can. I know I sound a bit bleeding heart but I dont think people should capture or kill marine mammals like whales and porpoises but I also think the same about non domesticated large wildlife.
@Runnin with scissors, and that's without even mentioning that these very intelligent creatures go mad from being held like this.
@ThePandaPool , Tracking any sea life in open waters shows just how restrictive a tank at a zoo can be.
@Emp4th, dont even need research. Just watch a documentary or two.
@ThePandaPool , Worthwhile documentaries are based on research. What I meant was that those graphs showing marine life "territorial boundaries" are available to the public.
@ThePandaPool , I mean no need to do research yourself. Most people are lazy, but just throwing on a documentary isn't usually asking too much.
@Alpha Warrior, they may die but it doesnt change the fact these animals have an emotional intelligence potentially on par with humans and we just break up and take their families. I went as a kid. But now i refuse to go as an adult.
Seaworld should only be for animals that cannot survive in the wild
This is in San Antonio