Σάββατο, 22 Ιουνίου 2013

PETA: Aquariums and Marine Parks

Marine-mammal facilities are part of a billion-dollar industry built on the suffering of intelligent, social beings who are denied everything that is natural and important to them.
In the wild, orcas and members of other dolphin species live in large, intricate social groups and swim up to 100 miles a day in the open ocean. In aquariums and marine parks, these animals can only swim endless circles in enclosures that to them are like bathtubs and are unable to engage in most natural behaviors. They are forced to perform silly tricks for food and are frequently torn away from family members as they're shuffled between parks. The chronic and debilitating stress of captivity weakens their immune systems, causing them to die earlier than their wild counterparts—even though they are safe from predators and receive regular meals and veterinary care.
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