RT @miladysa: MURDERERS in the act. RT their faces a million times : http://t.co/8CAmu5F7 #tweet4taiji Follow @SeaShepherd Save Dolphins & Whales
Stephanie Neimiller's insight:
101 bottlenose dolphins were ripped from the wild from Dec 10-14, 28 were slaughtered... this is driven by money and greed and the "dolphin experience"... dolphins belong in the wild, NOT performing for selfish human beings. Georgia Aquarium also has changed it's story from petioning to take 18 beluga whales from the wild to now they say they were once captive... Nice way to spin it to ease your concious. Also, Georgia Aquarium doesn't want the public to know these awful truths. When the public ask questions on their facebook page or brings the plight of the dolphins to the forefront... they delete any posts. IF they were not a party to this and IF this wasn't just about money, then why not inform the public - this is supposed to be about truth and sometimes the truth is disgusting. IF the people knew the truth about Sea World, the GA Aquarium and other dolphin and whale "experiences" they would not go - thus money would be lost. KNOW the truth.
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