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The Killer Whale that Killed its Keeper

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Question: What should they do with him?  (Voting closed: March 14, 2010, 01:00:57 pm)
Put him down - 0 (0%)
Isolate him - 0 (0%)
Release him to the wild - 3 (100%)
Other - 0 (0%)
Total Voters: 3

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« on: March 08, 2010, 03:16:21 am »
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Someone needs to tell Americans to stop exploiting animals like this...


I have also just found out he is 31 yrs old... so I have revised my thoughts on this creature...


I just wrote this at another board....I doubt I will get many to agree with this though as emotions clog good reasoning...

if he is as old as the others say he is....(I was under the assumption he was only 10 yrs old) and they do not plan on using him again....he should be put down...

when the vets in Western Australia said initially to put the Atlantis dolphins down, there was a huge public outcry....the Japanese who owned the place opted for this rehibilition program costing them 3 million dollars and the result was a failure as I have already written..

Someone needs to tell the American's to quit exploiting large wild animals and humans like this...its time for yanks to grow up,...

bottom line is, he killed 3 humans......obviously they cannot keep him in a humane enclosure to live out the rest of his life...

he is too expensive to keep in solitary confinement and the creature doesn't deserve a tortured retirement...

put him down,.... that is the only humane solution..
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