SeaWorld’s Inbreeding Program: Babies Having Babies

Far away, on an island chain off the coast of Africa, SeaWorld keeps five of their orcas; two males aged 16 and 10, two females aged 10 and 7, and one calf just 10 months old. The calf, Adan was born to the 10 year old female, who rejected him immediately – lacking the presence of an experienced mother (or any fully adult orca) as companion, and having been taken away from her own mother too young, this reaction did not come as a surprise. What is a surprise is that marine amusement parks keep breeding the orcas at such a tender age.

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This is the fate that awaits the young rescued orca, Morgan, which SeaWorld and Loro Parque are trying to obtain because their orcas are increasingly becoming inbred and they desperately need a fresh gene pool. Like other young female orcas in captivity, Morgan would doubtless be bred at the earliest conceivable age, and then be forced to have baby after baby, living in a concrete box her entire life.

Source: Seattle PI


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  1. My guess is that someone has fagotoe of what happened. And, it’s probably the family that has released the fagotoe of what happened moments before the attack. At the very end of this video which was taken in a restaurant right by the water where the attack started, EVERYONE in the place gets up at exactly the same time and you can tell that something is wrong. I don’t think it’s morbid at all to see what happened, and quite frankly as a member of Joe Q. Public who might someday want to take her future children to Sea World, I want to see what I could be getting myself into. The whale that attacked and killed her trainer, Tilly is the father of some of the whales who do in fact swim in the shows. I have no problem with people who want to go live with wild bears, and say that they love them and the feeling is mutual, until one of them gets too old and hungry to eat salmon and turns on the man-bear to eat him for dinner. I wasn’t there to see it, and neither were any children. It’s quite a different story when this violence occurs in front of children and adults who paid a hefty price for admission. It’s just a matter of time before it happens it again. It might take 30 years, but it will happen again. Someone has the fagotoe, and if they do, they probably just won a small fortune because there is absolutely NO WAY Sea World is going to allow the public to watch it. By the way, I have just re-watched the video minutes before her death and they all mysteriously end before you see the horrified people in the restaurant who look like the place has just been set on fire. As of yesterday, the final seconds of the video showed the whale with Dawn in its mouth, swimming away, not underwater yet, but you can kind of tell that Dawn knows something is wrong yet doesn’t want to alarm anyone. It then shows the scene of the restaurant and everyone is rushing as if something has gone terribly wrong. And, at this moment these people just shut off their video camera? I’m having a hard time buying that. If anyone has video, it is the public’s right to see it. Sea World should release their video too. The PUBLIC has a right to see it. And, in those first seconds after the attack why was the thing not stunned or shot? Why is their safety protocol a net? It reminds me of the Titanic, where the lifeboats aren’t needed so why have them? Something went wrong with the safety protocols of Sea World that it took over 20 minutes to get her out of its mouth. How does that happen? Why was Tilly not stunned/ tranquilized at from the very beginning? Maybe, Dawn would be here today if it weren’t for lax safety protocols. I would like to see this investigated

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