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Old 03-08-2010, 01:54 PM   #1
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killer whale drowns trainer at sea world



been waiting for this vid, happened in orlando a couple weeks ago

Killer Whale Kills Trainer Alleged Amateur Leaked Footage
This is supposedly the first video footage leaked of the killer whale killing a trainer in San Diego last week.
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Old 03-08-2010, 04:15 PM   #2
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heard from the news, that's the 3rd person it has drowned. think it's time to set it free.

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bob barker said it well.

The intelligent, social, ocean animals kept in the most pitifully small tanks at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. In the wild, they swim up to 100 miles a day in the open ocean, but captured dolphins are confined to small tanks where the reverberations from their own sonar bounce off the walls, driving some of them insane. Some of these animals were violently captured from their homes, many are forced to learn circus-style tricks, and according to whistleblower tips from trainers, withholding food and isolating animals who refuse to perform are common training methods. The only thing that people learn from visiting a SeaWorld theme park is how miserable life is for animals held there.”

In a video he said imagine if we were captured, confined to a bathtub, and told to do tricks. If we did those tricks well we would be fed."

The only thing that people learn from visiting a SeaWorld theme park is how miserable life is for the animals who are held there. Left to breathe and drink their own diluted urine and the waste of others in the tank with them, they languish for decades as shadows of their former selves. Many marine mammals develop vision problems from the chlorine and other chemicals that are put into their tanks, while some develop nutritional problems from the diet they are fed. Denied the simple pleasures of jumping in waves or choosing a mate, they face the inescapable noise of tens of thousands of visitors, whose steps actually vibrate through the walls of their tanks all day long, every day.
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Old 03-09-2010, 03:27 AM   #4
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wtf are these people thinking.. you hear talks about putting that whale down. **** this kind of entertainment and no remorse for that trainer.
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:35 AM   #5
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I don't think this is the footage. I heard that the whale had her pony tail in it's mouth and dragged her down...I could be wrong though.

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bob barker said it well.

The intelligent, social, ocean animals kept in the most pitifully small tanks at SeaWorld are denied everything that is natural and important to them. In the wild, they swim up to 100 miles a day in the open ocean, but captured dolphins are confined to small tanks where the reverberations from their own sonar bounce off the walls, driving some of them insane. Some of these animals were violently captured from their homes, many are forced to learn circus-style tricks, and according to whistleblower tips from trainers, withholding food and isolating animals who refuse to perform are common training methods. The only thing that people learn from visiting a SeaWorld theme park is how miserable life is for animals held there.

In a video he said imagine if we were captured, confined to a bathtub, and told to do tricks. If we did those tricks well we would be fed."

The only thing that people learn from visiting a SeaWorld theme park is how miserable life is for the animals who are held there. Left to breathe and drink their own diluted urine and the waste of others in the tank with them, they languish for decades as shadows of their former selves. Many marine mammals develop vision problems from the chlorine and other chemicals that are put into their tanks, while some develop nutritional problems from the diet they are fed. Denied the simple pleasures of jumping in waves or choosing a mate, they face the inescapable noise of tens of thousands of visitors, whose steps actually vibrate through the walls of their tanks all day long, every day.

ya really well said.
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