The images in the following program
are very sensitive and may be as disturbing to viewers as they were to
us. However, we have to show the truth about cruelty to animals.Dr. Rose (f):
The main thing is
space, for such a large species as Orca to be in such a small, confined
space. Even the biggest tank isn’t that big to them. They can only go
maybe five full strokes before they hit the wall, and have to turn. This
is just nothing compared to the natural world.
viewers, this is the Stop Animal Cruelty series on Supreme Master
Television. Following a recent tragic accident in the United States
involving an Orca whale at a marine park, members of the media, animal
advocates, marine mammal experts and concerned individuals around the
world are renewing their call
for the immediate release of all
captive whales and dolphins.
These highly intelligent, social
beings experience extreme stress and suffering when put on display in
small tanks, with some being forced to perform in shows for the public’s
Members of the dolphin family,Orcas are found in all
the Earth’s oceans, where they love to socialize with one another. The
young remain with their mothers for life in a family group or “pod”
consisting of the mother, her adult offspring and those of her
daughters. Another well-known dolphin species, the Bottlenose,
the most likely of all dolphins to be imprisoned in aquariums.
the sake of so-called “entertainment,” Bottlenose dolphins and Orcas
are heartlessly stolen from their families and robbed of their freedom.
Naomi Rose, an expert on marine mammal protection from the US-based
animal welfare organization Humane Society International, shares her
thoughts on this inhumane practice.
For more information on
captive marine mammals, please visit:
Human Society International www.HSUS.org/hsi