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Paola Patricia Garreton

Just so sad to see them in a small pool when they suppose to have the big blue ocean to enjoy them self as humans we do on our big land!!

Robbin Shields-McManus
Robbin Shields-McManus
  • Paola Patricia Garreton

You are so right!

Ian Brown
Ian Brown

If Orcas are the World's second smartest mammals, which are the first?

Isa Lagouarde
Isa Lagouarde

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Gill Hills
Gill Hills

Please let these wonderful creatures enjoy the freedom they deserve.

Wendy Shaw
Wendy Shaw

Why don't you put the people in charge of doing this in a toilet and hear the uproar??

Eugenie Kapp
Eugenie Kapp

Why is life imprisonment for innocent mammals still legal?!

Tracy Woodruff Gardner
Tracy Woodruff Gardner

I hate Marineland in Niagara Falls I was born there and I know how the animal, mammals are treated

Jaime Neumann
Jaime Neumann

Free Willy!!! <3

Rocky Beach
Rocky Beach

This is a great campaign. After learning more about the issue I can't believe how small their tanks are and I'm happy to join this campaign!

Haley Vincent
Haley Vincent

I'm really glad that you care, I do. I love these animals just as much as everyone else. But the problem is that some of these animals may have been born in captivity, and sense they were raised in captivity, they may have no chance surviving in the wild. Some of these animals were probably taken into captivity because something happened to them that gives them a slim chance of surviving in the wild, like an injury or illness.

Haley Vincent
Haley Vincent
  • Haley Vincent

What I'm trying to say is that you're not accounting for every single detail that could easily be the result of life or death. Think about it for a moment; an animal that was born and raised in captivity and then released into the wild. That animal would not last very long and would be more interested in human activities and would stand the high possibility of getting killed. Is that what you want, lowering their chances of survival just because they don't belong in captivity? I will not...

What I'm trying to say is that you're not accounting for every single detail that could easily be the result of life or death. Think about it for a moment; an animal that was born and raised in captivity and then released into the wild. That animal would not last very long and would be more interested in human activities and would stand the high possibility of getting killed. Is that what you want, lowering their chances of survival just because they don't belong in captivity? I will not sign this. I don't want the deaths of many animals in captivity weighing on my shoulders, and then end up blaming myself for it in the end.

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