Keeping orcas and dolphins in captivity and forcing them to perform for the entertainment and amusement of visitors when they are highly intelligent animals that belong in the ocean is both morally and ethically wrong.
Whether captive breed or caught from the wild these beautiful animals are cast into a life of suffering, where they spend the remainder of their lives in restrictive tanks.
“The time has come to end the keeping of whales and dolphins in capivity. The experts know it, the scientific literature supports it and the piublic are increasingly getting it.
– Dylan Walker World Cetecean Alliance
The wild bottle nosed dolphin has a home range as large as 300km square
Wild orcas are very social and live in groups called pods, which usually have up to 40 members