"I don't know if Tokitae/Lolita is alive and well, and I'm honestly fearing the worst, since the Miami Seaquarium hasn't shared any news about her🐬. The heartbreaking reality is that Tokitae, the dolphins and all the other animals have been abandoned during Hurricane Irma, and during every major hurricane that hit the Virginia Key, including Hurricane Andrew. I have no doubt, as former caretakers and trainers often become the most dedicated animal rights activists, there are many people that care about them: as I have absolutely no doubt that Palace Entertainment, its CEO and top executives have never, and never will shed a tear for Lolita/Tokitae, for the dolphins, or for any of the sentient creatures they have enslaved for entertainment in the 50+ amusement, theme and water parks they own worldwide. They are calculating this month's revenue as we speak👎😡! Their avarice and negligence make me sick😔😥🤢. They want to make life a little more fun for their visitors, they say .... JUST NOT FOR THE POOR CETACEANS THEY HELD CAPTIVE 💔🐋💔🐬💔🐳💔!"
Giulia C. ..................................................................................
@Regrann from @dolphin_project ~When Natural Disasters and Captive Cetaceans Collide ~
Our modern civilization boasts a system that can often alert us to an impending natural catastrophic event. With such notice, we are given the opportunity to prepare and even move out of the path of potential damage if we so choose. Captive cetaceans, on the other hand, don’t get this choice. Unlike their wild counterparts, who are free to move out of harm’s way, they must ride out the storm in an open tank and hope to survive. ⠀
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