Yes. We can only hope. That's why I like Peta and Greenpeace. They really may seem to be bonkers in some of the things they do, but there's method in their madness. They need to do that because most people are indifferent to facts alone, but once things are taken over the top in many situations some debate is generated and that is a good thing. :thumbs:Thats a good decision lets hope the others follow on
Imagine | Sea WorldSeaworld in Australia has stopped 'performing' whales etc. years ago because of the fact they recognised that it is extremely cruel to the animals involved. End of story.
Giggle over that one. It's hilarious.
Yes it is. Dolphins have always been happy to interact with humans. Given the RIGHT situations they enjoy it and do it v o l u n t a r i l y. There is a big difference.
The lawsuit does not cover enjoyment, but rather being forced to live in tanks and perform daily.Yes it is. Dolphins have always been happy to interact with humans. Given the RIGHT situations they enjoy it and do it v o l u n t a r i l y. There is a big difference.
Believe me Queensland has some of the more expert dolphin behavioral people around and they have the ability to shut things down tomorrow if people got up to shenanigans that were harmful to dolphins.
Every evening at around dusk dolphins come into Moreton Island from the open sea to interact with people who feed them fish. This has happened since ancient Aboriginal times when the Aborigines taught the Dolphins to round up fish for them. It's quite something to see. They come up to you right out of the water. Nobody is forcing them in the least. They don't rely on this fish as their main diet. That is very important.The lawsuit does not cover enjoyment, but rather being forced to live in tanks and perform daily.
Are the dolphins free to move into the wild?