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  • Suffering Continues

    The drive season has started in Taiji and people at captive facilities are calculating their needs for the next drive season. Now is not the time to get complacent, now is the time to be as active as you can. Start a march, hand out pamphlets, educate friends, family and strangers. The world can not change unless they have all the necessary information to make better decisions.

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    When you purchase a ticket to a captive facility such as Sea World you are keeping the drive hunts alive. You are contributing to an extremely abusive system that can only continue with the support of the consumer.

    While we try to evolve as a species, the human race will have to evolve their ways of life.

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Captive Facilities Fuel Slaughters.

Supply and demand is the number one cause of the capture of dolphins every year. When you support captive facilities you are basically shaking hands with the killers. Every trained Bottlenose dolphin sold to a captive park brings big money starting at $155,000 US dollars. Please take a few moments to read this article, from a few SeaWorld caretakers. Three Former Employees Reveal The Shocking Realities Of SeaWorld's Dolphin Feeding Pools - Read Article. (Article Source - www.thedodo.com)

One of the deaths at SeaWorld Orlando: SeaWorld Orlando says an adult male Atlantic bottlenose dolphin died Friday at the theme park. (Notice they don't name the dolphins - Why you ask, because they are taught that if they don't have names the public won't become attached and ask about them or miss them)

The cause of the animal's death was not immediately known. The 22-year-old dolphin had not shown signs of illness before its death, according to Fred Jacobs, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment's vice president of communications.

Jacobs said SeaWorld's veterinarians have begun a postmortem examination to determine the cause of death. The results of that examination could take 6–8 weeks.

"The dolphin, one of more than 80 bottlenose dolphins living in at our Orlando parks, will be missed by all of us at SeaWorld," Jacobs said.

According to SeaWorld, most bottlenose dolphins live 20 years or less, but studies have shown they can live into their 40s and 50s. And SeaWorld claims on average, bottlenose dolphins in marine parks and aquariums live longer than their counterparts in the wild, and are expected to live more than 25 years. (source: mynews13.com)