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Third in my poster series, I want to tear into SeaWorld's completely awful denial of the fact they separate mothers and calves. ~> opsociety.org/PressReleases/Pr…
I'm just... disgusted that they flat out lie about this fact. That they never separate them. It's obvious and just a simple bit of research shows this!
So, I compiled the five most bred females in SeaWorld's stock, and all their offspring and calculated percentages of what happened.
Surprisingly, I discovered it's actually worse that I had thought! Not only are so many taken, only one has ever been united with their mother again after separation and that was Kalina! Who also had every single one of her babies taken from her!
Also, in case you are wondering, the percentages are based on calves that SeaWorld purposely separated. The stillbirths and Malia's case of losing her mother were not included in the counts.
So yeah... SeaWorld! Fun for the whole family... Unless you an orca. Then prepare to have yours ripped apart!
(I will also update this when/if there are moves as there's rumors I'm seeing a lot online of a big animal shuffling coming up. Here we go again...)
Before you comment, think twice.
I don't care if you are pro-captivity.
This is facts about the animals presented.
Arguing the point of pro-captivity is a pain and I do not care for it on my art. I have had threats and abuse slung at friends and family before and will not tolerate it here.
If you do not agree to this DO NOT COMMENT. It's that simple.
It's fine to have a discussion, but if you are simply going to bash and call it or me things, then keep it to yourself.
Finally, a great big thank you to James, who assisted with this, and everyone else who has assisted in anyway. You all know who you are and I thank you.
Amazing work. Easy to read and it shows the point.
Sea world may have done good things in the past allowing a lot of people to know the existence of the Orca and other sea live, but now it's cruel to maintain this animals, especially in shows (It was always cruel, but at least some decades ago people don't have internet, or even tv so it was probably one of the few ways to show this animals existence)
Right now it's business, it's not people trying to do a things they may think are right even if they are wrong, it's about money.