@loving__dolphin - Unna, a 19-year-old female killer whale at SeaWorld Texas, is undergoing treatment for a fungal infection... SeaWorld said its "experts" believe the organism is a species of Candida, but that the form infecting Unna "appears to be resistant to commonly used medicines"—which is not good. Unna underwent a cystoscopy procedure, which involved putting her in a sling, administering anesthesia to her, and inserting a device to examine her urinary tract.
I'm personally really angered by this, as SeaWorld, its affiliates, and its supporters constantly ascertain that the animals should never be retired to a netted seaside sanctuary or released because they will die from contracting "infections" and "diseases"—but here's a fine example of the animals still developing them in their supposedly "sterile" environments with their weakened immune systems??? What a double standard! Over the past week, Ava, a rescued pilot whale at SeaWorld Florida has also been dealing with her own infection. Obviously captivity does not prevent pathogens from infecting the animals confined to their barren pools...
Source and info from seaworldcares.com
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