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Stop selling trips to SeaWorld. End your support for these cruel orca circuses.

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Kathleen Haase

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   Kathleen Haase

   York, United Kingdom

SeaWorld is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year but it also marks another anniversary – 50 years of holding orcas captive for ‘entertainment’ purposes.

Orcas live in tight family groups who usually stay together for life. SeaWorld ripped many of these wild families apart in the 60s and 70s. Although they don’t capture from the wild anymore, they now breed orcas from as early as 6 years old. In the wild, orcas do not start breeding until they are around 15. Impregnating orcas so young hasresulted in many mothers rejecting their calves or being aggressive towards them and mothers not knowing how to nurse properly which leads to their calves dying within the first few months. Surviving calves often have to be raised by trainers. Without any bond to their mothers, these orcas do not learn how to nurse and…

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3 responses to “Stop selling trips to SeaWorld. End your support for these cruel orca circuses.

  1. Ronnie

    Thank you for reblogging.

  2. sherayx

    Ur very welcome, thank u for posting.

  3. sherayx

    Your very welcome, and thanks for sharing and posting.

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