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My condolences to his family. Hope he treated you with far more care, love and respect than he did the animals of #Marineland and left you with better memories. There is a wee sense of hope here, as to the fate of this abusement park. Maybe his passing will result in positive change for Niagara and the park. There is always hope for a better future for these animals! #rip #johnholer #hope #noonelovesmarineland #emptythetanks #savesmooshi #endanimalcruelty #niagara #niagarafalls

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@angels.of.the.sea πŸ‘ˆπŸ»πŸŒβ€οΈ
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WILD & FREE 🐬🌍 #emptythetanks #mamaearth #saveouroceans β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’
And the Dolphin Picture Award of the year goes to @vitamin_sea_ltd. We never know what kind of conditions we will get very early morning when going out to swim with the #wild #dolphins; sea can be rough, windy, cold, dolphins can be excited or not at the best spot or it can be like this. Awesome #clarity, peaceful, perfect spot... This is the kind of conditions I’ll go in the water for. Yeah, i did become a bit difficult & fussy with time about getting in the water with the dolphins because when you know you can have these conditions, you don’t want to experience anything else. β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’
Is swimming with wild dolphins in #Mauritius on your bucket list? πŸ“Έ by the best @vitamin_sea_ltd #islandvibes #ocean #girlsthatfreedive #mermaidlife #angelsofthesea
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RP @warriorforanimals - We stood up for dolphins suffering in captivity. It's shameful that dolphins are still confined to pools and forced to perform tricks. #BoycottSeaWorld #EmptyTheTanks 🐬🐳

Cetaceans Sunday 🐬 we were lucky enough to have a random encounter with these dolphins on our last trip. It made me think how much better it has to be seeing them in the wild rather than miserable in a cage. Wild and free like they are meant to be... song by @odesza FALLS πŸ‘ŒπŸΎ #stopcaptivity #emptythetanks #cetaceansunday
@flfreedivers @flomotion @salty_beards @drinkmati @hecsaquatic @4ocean

What are we? What are we against the power of mother earth? What are our human problems, wishes or actions against the power of the ocean?
As human beings we sometimes think we are the real deal. We think we can control nature, we can control the ocean, we can control wild animals.
But the truth is: this is just an illusion. We are so small, so meaningless compared to our planet.
We can draft and build planes but can we fly? No! We can craft and build huge ships like the one in that video, but can we control the ocean? No!
Thinking about how long our planet already exists, the existence of human beings on this planet seems like a second. A meaningless second because if we go on like this, we won't destroy our earth, we will just destroy our home, our living environment. The earth will continue to exist, independent of the existence of human beings.
How can we become meaningful for our nature, our planet? Not in trying to control it. It's all about living with the flow. Living with the nature. Listening to the nature around us. Taking care of our planet!
Look at this video.. We are small and helpless against the power of mother earth. We can't control it. But we can live in unity with it! [video via: @oceanshot]

Leatherbacks sea turtles are incredible beasts. Little-changed in the last 70 million years, these ocean-going turtles can grow up to 1,000 pounds on a diet of just jellyfish ! 😱🐒
The biggest Leatherback turtles measure around 2m and weigh about 900kg! This is heavier than some Sumatran Rhinos! 🦏
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Via @surftobago via @oceanshot

This is an orca in it's right element, the vast open expanses of the world's oceans. Swimming up to 140 miles in day, meaning that they could cross the Atlantic in just over 28 days. In stark comparison, to swim the same distance in captivity, most orcas would have to swim over 4000 laps in their concrete tank. Orcas live 30-50 years in the wild, while they on average only live 14-15 years in captivity.

Do you see a pattern here? Because we certainly do. Orcas do NOT belong in captivity, and are not here for human entertainment.
It is time to #EmptyTheTanks!

What do you think of marine parks holding marine mammals?
This amazing photo was donated to us by photographer Jesper Anhede.
#Orca #Sunset #MarineConservation

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