Kshamenk was captured from his ocean home 19th September 1992. His captors claimed they were rescuing him when in fact they had forced him to strand along with two other orcas. He was then taken to Mundo Marino in Argentina where he resides to this day. He has not seen his own species in over a decade and spends his days in total isolation displaying distress and frustration. Kshamenk is also a transient (Biggs) orca. This means that rather than feed on fish, in the wild he will have fed on small mammals such as seals, penguins and even porpoises. But in his concrete prison cell, he only has access to the dead fish provided for him when he performs his daily circus shows.
Mary Nesbitt Larking
Kshamenk is a perfect candidate for release as he was around 6 years old when he was caught meaning he will have had lots of experience hunting and learning the ways of the wild. He also has not...
Kshamenk is a perfect candidate for release as he was around 6 years old when he was caught meaning he will have had lots of experience hunting and learning the ways of the wild. He also has not bonded with humans at all and can not stand human interaction. He is aggressive, sexually frustrated and shows signs of depression and boredom day in day out. Please sign this petition so that I can send a copy over to the president of Argentina and together, we can get this poor boy home!