In the wild dolphins swim up to 100 km each day,
but in captivity they are locked into pools.
Many dolphins die prematurely from the stressful conditions.
The chlorine and copper sulfate used to keep tanks clean has caused dolphins’ skin to peel off and may cause to go blind.
Studies show that 90 percent of public aquariums house animals demonstrate neurotic behavior.
This means they’re driven insane in captivity.
Dolphinariums tear families apart.
They don’t really care about animals’ wellbeing.
They are stealing animals and force them to be separated from their families and living environment just for financial benefit.
The process is violent not only physically, but mentally as well.
Dolphinariums are NOT educational.
This industry is teaching the wrong message that it’s acceptable to keep animals in captivity, where they’re bored, cramped, lonely and far from their native homes—just for human amusement.
Visiting the dolphinarium means supporting and funding ANIMAL CRUELTY.