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Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
Captivity IS Cruelty
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Captivity IS Cruelty

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  • 1. Captivity IS Cruelty!
  • 2. Wild dolphins can swim up to 40 miles every day
  • 3. Dolphins in the wild spend about 80% of their time deep below the surface of the water
  • 4. Dolphins in captivity spend only about 20% of their time under the surface
  • 5. Statistics show that 53% of dolphins that survive being captured, will die within the first three months
  • 6. At least 50% of dolphins in captivity will die in under seven years
  • 7. Wild dolphins only catch and eat LIVE fish
  • 8. Captive dolphins are fed dead fish AND trainers have been known to use food as a “reward” for performing
  • 9. Although many places claim to have dolphins that are born into captivity… many currently in captivity were once wild and free
  • 10. The dolphin capture and killing process is nothing less than a brutal massacre
  • 11. Dolphins are suppose to be in the wild… Their NATURAL habit
  • 12. -Don’t go to dolphin or whale attractions -Voice your opinion - Learn more about what you can do to help Together we CAN stop this cruelty!

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