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Stop Killer Whale Captivity at SeaWorld

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Christine Stevenson

on 13 November 2013

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Transcript of Stop Killer Whale Captivity at SeaWorld

Stop Killer Whale Captivity at
Our Audience
Our open letter will be addressed to President and CEO of SeaWorld,
Jim Atchison

Issue One
Stop whale breeding
Not needed to maintain orca population in wild
Inhumane for animals
Inbreeding among orcas
SeaWorld Cares
Our Solution
Stop whale breeding
Transition SeaWorld parks to resemble Discovery Cove Parks
The Problem
Killer Whale captivity in SeaWorld is purely for entertainment value and completely obliterates their quality of life which has proven to create deadly consequences

Issue Two
Increase tank size
Only required to be twice the length of whale
Orcas swim hundreds of miles per day in the wild
Lack of exercise leads to collapsed fins
Small tanks leave no room for families to remain together
Learn More
Watch Blackfish
on CNN
at 9pm ET
Blackfish. Dir. Gabriela Cowperthwaite. Manny O Productions, 2013. Online. Web. 16 Oct. 2013.






"The goal of the program is to rehabilitate then return these animals to the wild. " - SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment

He is active several civic projects and organizations around Florida and California including Special Olympics & Boys and Girls Clubs. Most importantly, he has served on the Florida Commission on Tourism, proving that he cares about the future of tourism within SeaWorld Parks.
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