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scubafilmfactory

@scubafilmfactory

ScubaFilmFactory
2 hours ago
scubafilmfactory
For the love of dolphins the splendor i feel watching them fly into the air these guardians of the ocean, and i can’t help but stare ignorant of the mess we’ve made as protectors of the lands yet, the seas retain a loving rhythm within their capable hands in the endless oceans, they meet and happily engage no worries about the future, there are no wars to wage around the edge of sunset, they speaks and they learn no thoughts about tomorrow, their riches already earned their motives and instincts remain as pure as time began as we’ve become lost through the greed and avarice of man let’s work to regain the values of our equals upon the sea for the love of dolphins lay deep within the heart of me debbie bailey please discover our website www.scubaff.com that is dedicated to marine creatures and to those fighting for their freedom. #dolphins #swimmingwithdolphins,#swimwithdolphins, #seaworld, #freedolphin, #dolphinarium, #aquarium, #dolphin, #emptythetanks, #captivitykills, #scubafilmfactory, #dontbuyaticket, #wilddolphins
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mrsllve

@mrsllve

Mariana
3 hours ago
mrsllve
Don’t be captivated by captivity. there is no beauty in stolen freedom 💔 ・・・ dying chimp receives one last visit from an old friend... "this poor chimp had been born in th wild, been captured, probably as a baby, and spent her entire life in a zoo. she lost her mother, her family, her freedom. while it is nice she bonded with that biologist, she should have had to bond outside her species. 😞 it's very sad...” above, written by ahimsa fb page http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/dying-chimpanzee-mama-royal-burgers-zoo-holland-netherlands-jan-van-hooff-a8007271.html - via @thealphafemale_ #zoo #captivity #captivitykills #emptythecages #boycottzoos #chimp #wildlife #wildanimals #wildandfree #freedom #wildliferescue #wildlifeprotection #dontbuyaticket #worthfightingfor #racingextinction #startwith1thing #awareness #education #conservation #compassion #protection #rescue #animal #animallovers #animalsofinstagram #animalwelfare #animalprotection
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veganista_e

@veganista_e

@being_their_voice_4eva
4 hours ago
veganista_e
#repost @belinda_vegan @halfbloodprincess._ - intelligent, social ocean animals are kept in the pitifully small tanks at seaworld and denied everything that is natural and important to them. in the wild, orcas swim up to 100 miles a day in the open ocean, but while being captive they are confined to small tanks in which the reverberations from their sonar bounce off the walls, driving them insane. some of these animals were violently captured and torn away from their homes in the wild, and many are forced to learn and perform circus-style tricks. according to whistleblower tips from trainers, withholding food from animals who refuse to perform is a common training method, and because of the intense boredom and aggression caused by captivity, orcas gnaw on the metal gates and concrete corners of the tanks and damage their teeth. the only thing that people learn from visiting a seaworld theme park is how miserable life is for the animals confined there. children see mere shadows of animals, defeated beings who do not engage in natural behavior and cannot live as nature intended. marine parks teach all the wrong lessons: that it is acceptable to imprison animals; to deprive them of freedom of movement and thought; to forbid them the chance to establish their natural territory and explore; and to breed and separate them as we, not they, please; and to watch them go insane from boredom and loneliness.... - friends and family, don't become captivated by captivity! there is no beauty in stolen freedom. - #getinformed #emptythetanks #thanksbutnotanks #orca #orcas #killerwhale #killerwhales #anticap #seaworldsucks #seaslaverysucks #boycottseaworld #seaworld #seaworldsandiego #seaworldorlando #seaworldsanantonio #captivitykills #wildandfree #dontbuyaticket #ldfoundation #onelove #borntobewild - video credit: @be_humane 💙 - #regrann
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sevenseasoffreedom

@sevenseasoffreedom

Pro-Wild • CassidyⓋ and Megan
6 hours ago
sevenseasoffreedom
Breaking: orca pod slaughtered in indonesia on october 13th, 2017! fishermen in the village of lamalera on the island of lembata in indonesia illegally killed a pod consisting of a male, female, and young calf. - while commercial whaling was banned in 1986, the remote village is exempt from a whaling ban under the international whaling commission (iwc), and the village has long been known as a site for whale hunting. using traditional methods including simple sailboats and canoes, fishermen followed ancient beliefs and honored age-old taboos in their hunts for whales, manta rays, and dolphins. however, they have abandoned this tradition and began to use motorized boats—suggesting they are hunting wildlife commercially rather than traditionally for food. legally, fishermen are allowed to k**l two whales per year (prohibiting the killing of pregnant, mating, or young whales)—the hunts providing food and a living for the entire village. - there is some good news though, as dolphin project's recent visits to the village is generating new attitude towards more sustainable economic activities. ecotourism is a possibility, rather than the slaughter of wildlife. with patience and education toward the issue, hopefully the villagers will see wildlife as more valuable alive. - caption: @sevenseasoffreedom information and video: dolphin project (@dolphin_project)
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inherentlywild

@inherentlywild

Face The Facts About Captivity
6 hours ago
inherentlywild Initial acclimation of killer whales (orcinus orca) to captivity (part 2) - after her short stay in her temporary pool, narnia was transported via aircraft to the base of marine mammal capture company, «white whale» llc - a journey which took 14 hours. - held within a sea pen, narnia persisted to resist offerings of humpback salmon, loach, calico salmon, masu salmon, herring and rock trout, even resisting forced feedings. however, after three weeks in captivity, narnia started showing interest in tactile contact with her capturers and periodically accepted fish from her trainer. at first, narnia carried fish in her mouth before starting to hide it at the bottom of her sea pen. upon retrieval, she broke it into small pieces and finally swallowed it. over the next 10 days, narnia’s daily ration was increased from 6-8kg to 54kg. once she was eating consistently, vitamins were added to the mix and the quantity of her ration reached 120-150kg during select periods. narnia continued to be a fussy eater, which was warranted to say the least. throughout her first year in captivity, she almost exclusively preferred salmon, only choosing to eat herring as the year concluded. - to continue reading, check out part 3 and 4 which will posted in the following days. if you haven't read part 1, be sure to check it out first. caption: @inherentlywild photo: ivan plotnikov via orcahome.de and russian orcas (facebook).
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emptyallthetanks

@emptyallthetanks

Don't buy a ticket🐬
7 hours ago
emptyallthetanks Breaking: three killer whales killed in indonesia. fishermen in the village of lamalera on the island of lembata in indonesia illegally killed 3 killer whales; a female, a male and a young calf. while commercial whaling was banned in 1986, this remote village has long been known as a site for whale hunting. using traditional hunting methods they hunt for large sea species including whales, manta rays and the occasional dolphin. legally, these fishermen are allowed to k**l two whales per year, the hunts providing food and a living for the entire village orcas, the largest species of oceanic dolphins, are killed for their meat and bones. teeth and other bones may also be used for trading. “under the international whaling commission (iwc), the village is exempt from a whaling ban, as their practices are supposedly conducted in a traditional manner for self-support. however, with a hunting season extending from may until the end of october, motorized boats are now commonly used to catch dolphins and other toothed whales, sea turtles, sharks and manta rays. these larger numbers suggest there may be a commercial aspect to their hunting.” said femke den haas,  director of dolphin project’s indonesia campaign. lamalera has long resisted outside interference, even from governmental officials. however, recent visits by dolphin project’s team in indonesia has generated a new dialogue, with conservation, education and ecotourism initiatives being proposed in order to assist the village with sustainable economic alternatives to dolphin and whale hunting. how can you help: contact: susi pudjiastuti, minister of marine affairs & fisheries twitter: @susipudjiastuti facebook: susi pudjiastuti email: [email protected] info and photos: @dolphin_project caption: @emptyallthetanks
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set_seaworld_orcas_free

@set_seaworld_orcas_free

Anticap, Pro-Wild🌎
7 hours ago
set_seaworld_orcas_free Breaking: orca family slaughtered in indonesia: abandoning long-held traditions for modern outboard engines, fishermen in the village of lamalera on the island of lembata in indonesia illegally killed an entire orca family consisting of a mother, father and a baby. - while commercial whaling was banned in 1986, the remote village has long been known as a site for whale hunting. using traditional methods including simple sailboats and canoes, fishermen followed ancient beliefs and honored age-old taboos in their hunts for large sea species including whales, manta rays and the occasional dolphin. legally, fishermen are allowed to k**l two whales per year, the hunts providing food and a living for the entire village. - “within their cultural practices, an innate understanding of fishing for subsistence regulated the number of animals captured, with taboos including prohibitions on hunting pregnant, mating or young whales.” said femke den haas,  director of dolphin project’s indonesia campaign. - today, the line between tradition and exploitation has been blurred, if not crossed outright. orcas, the largest species of oceanic dolphins, are killed for their meat and bones, with the numbers slaughtered having little to no significance. teeth and other bones may also be used for trading. - continues den haas, “under the international whaling commission (iwc), the village is exempt from a whaling ban, as their practices are supposedly conducted in a traditional manner for self-support. however, with a hunting season extending from may until the end of october, motorized boats are now commonly used to catch dolphins and other toothed whales, sea turtles, sharks and manta rays. these larger numbers suggest there may be a commercial aspect to their hunting.” - *continued below* caption and photos: @dolphin_project
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ohsuzieq77

@ohsuzieq77

Susan Oakley
7 hours ago
ohsuzieq77 Another slow day at the seaprison. with only 4 of us we still managed to turn 17 cars around! #shutitdown #freelolita #emptythetanks #captivitykills #dontbuyaticket #animalliberation #vegan #miami
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killer__whales_

@killer__whales_

Rip Tilikum, Kyara And Kasatka
8 hours ago
killer__whales_
"tilikum after 33 years in captivity and following decades of exploitation in the marine-mammal abusement industry, tilikum has finally found freedom in death. tilikum died on the morning of 6 january. one hundred million people have watched blackfish, the documentary about tilikum that takes the basic premise that if you were taken from your mother and reduced to a life chewing a concrete cage, you might become slightly psychotic. the film sparked a boycott of seaworld, and last year the “theatrical killer whale experience” at its san diego park closed. orca entertainments continue at other seaworld parks, but the theme park operator has, crucially, ended its captive breeding programme. tilikum did not die a natural death with the ocean waves there to carry him to his final resting place. he did not die in his native waters, surrounded by family members he might have spent 50+ years with. he did not die in a sea pen with salt water and caretakers who tried to give him back the most freedom that they could. tilikum died in a tank. he died in a barren, artificial environment having spent the majority of his life being used for profit so schoolchildren and tourists could get splashed by “shamu”. he died of a bacterial lung infection at 35 years old so sea world could use him to build up their captive orca collection and breeding program. he died in orlando, florida, so very far from iceland, so very far from home. from freetillynow⬆️ let's hope we can free the other whales. they are to live freedom. and not in an unnatural tank. we must work together and help them. video clips from cnn abc news seaworld peta blackfish. hardymooretaker video edit @killer__whales_ music and comments edit @killer__whales_ music from the end comments from blackfish and the end #killerwhales #dontgotoseaworld #orca #captivitykills #tilikum #orcas#freeorcas#orcas#killerwhales"
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cetacean.inspiration

@cetacean.inspiration

Pro-Wild
8 hours ago
cetacean.inspiration Breaking: abandoning long-held traditions for modern outboard engines, fishermen in the village of lamalera on the island of lembata in indonesia illegally killed an entire orca pod consisting of a female, male and a calf. while commercial whaling was banned in 1986, the remote village has long been known as a site for whale hunting. using traditional methods including simple sailboats and canoes, fishermen followed ancient beliefs and honored age-old taboos in their hunts for large sea species including whales, manta rays and the occasional dolphin. legally, fishermen are allowed to k**l two whales per year, the hunts providing food and a living for the entire village. “within their cultural practices, an innate understanding of fishing for subsistence regulated the number of animals captured, with taboos including prohibitions on hunting pregnant, mating or young whales.” said femke den haas, director of dolphin project’s indonesia campaign. today, the line between tradition and exploitation has been blurred, if not crossed outright. orcas, the largest species of oceanic dolphins, are killed for their meat and bones, with the numbers slaughtered having little to no significance. teeth and other bones may also be used for trading. continues den haas, “under the international whaling commission (iwc), the village is exempt from a whaling ban, as their practices are supposedly conducted in a traditional manner for self-support. however, with a hunting season extending from may until the end of october, motorized boats are now commonly used to catch dolphins and other toothed whales, sea turtles, sharks and manta rays. these larger numbers suggest there may be a commercial aspect to their hunting.” - continued below credit: @dolphin_project photographer: @dolphin_project #animalrights #anticap #blackfish #beneaththesurface #boycottseaworld #captivitykills #deathatseaworld #dontbuyaticket #emptythetanks #keiko #killerwhales #loroparque #marineland #marinelandantibess #marinelandcanada #oneocean #orcas #procap #seaworld #seaworldcares #shamu #thanksbutnotanks #thecove #tilikum #nofishnoblackfish
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mojavedolphins

@mojavedolphins

MojaveDolphins.com
8 hours ago
mojavedolphins Save the date 🗓 november 25th. 12-2pm. we’re bringing back our annual #thanksbutnotanks protesting during lunch time thanksgiving weekend. #mojavedolphins www.mojavedolphins.com
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killerwhaleccool

@killerwhaleccool

Killerwhaleccool
11 hours ago
killerwhaleccool Do you love this ? 😉get yours now by clicking the link in my bio (profile) 😍 printed in the usa 😍 not available in stores 😍 worldwide shipping 📦 💯 100% satisfaction guaranteed! 🎁perfect #gift for your family members and friends #killerwhales #orca #seaworldcares #deathatseaworld #blackfish #nofishnoblackfish #seaworld #captivitykills #whale #whalewatching #cetacean #orcas #emptythetanks #captivitysucks #procap #oceanecoventures #killerwhale
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