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  • Profile photo of frenchhorn

    Over a year ago

    No, no, no! This is the opposite of what we want! This ban only adds to the stigma that orcas are ferocious, ruthless, killling machines when that ISN’T the problem! This doesn’t help orcas, it helps SeaWorld by putting a band-aid over the REAL problem. The public is, yet again, fooled into believing that the problem with SeaWorld is that HUMANS are killed by the whales, that it doesn’t matter if the whale is forced to live in a bathtub and perform tricks against their will. This law is sending the message that the only species whose “Safety and Health” matters are humans. I’m glad they’re taking steps to protect their employees from further orca attacks, but this is just a media cover-up for the actual issue.

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  • Profile photo of LittleLotte

    Over a year ago

    A small(ish) win but it’s a start.

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