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An orca hunts a Pacific white-sided dolphin.

IMG_3929 by tasmanventure on Flickr.

Protection | Fede Maiz


SeaWorld, as we know it today, is over. It’s only a matter of time. The company is finished. Here’s why.
1. The SeaWorld brand is now tarnished, at best. Toxic? Likely. The brand represents the torture of whales for an increasing population of concerned citizens. If you love whales (and who doesn’t), you don’t like SeaWorld.
2. Wall Street has turned on SeaWorld. The stock is down over the last year by 45% and $1.6 billion in market cap has evaporated. You can sometimes fight City Hall, but it’s nearly impossible to fight Wall Street. And Wall Street is done with SeaWorld.
For all the reason’s about the end of SeaWorld read the full article here.

Can’t wait until they shot their doors for good. Killer whales are dolphins though not whales HP.

Big Male Tailslap (by tomdearheart)

SeaWorld recently made a scientific breakthrough when it successfully hatched a penguin for the first time using artificial insemination.
The 12-week-old Magellan penguin, named No. 184, is the first of any penguin species to be reproduced using this technique.
To create Magellan No. 184 SeaWorld scientists used frozen-then-thawed semen, which was then injected into a female penguin. The revolutionary technique pioneered at SeaWorld Reproductive Research Center.
Scientists are hoping that artificial insemination will help endangered or threatened species in the wild, like the Magellan penguin.
"Artificial insemination and semen preservation allows us to maximize the genetic diversity of these populations, and that means that they remain healthy and stable into the future," said O’brien from the center. • But remember, folks. Marine parks claim animals born in captivity cannot survive in the wild; therefore, can never be released. I’m really unsure as to why they state this artificial breeding will help save wild populations and keep them healthy. Magellanic penguins are natively found in South America. According to the IUCN Red List, this species is “near threatened” (next status before endangered is “vulnerable”) due to pollution, oil drilling, and overfishing, yet SeaWorld chooses to force reproduction on its animals, instead of directly fighting these real world problems. This isn’t conservation. • Stock photo: Tom Brakefield Article: “First Penguin Hatched via Artificial Insemination at SeaWorld” on natureworldnews.com

Dance Step by Freeezzzz | Makxveli

Tarifa 2014 by Pablo Gil Garcia on Flickr.
The new Gibraltar calf! :)