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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't bother, 2 Nov 2009
This review is from: Face to Face with Dolphins (Face to Face (National Geographic Hardcover)) (Face to Face with Animals) (Hardcover)
This book seems to support wild dolphins and Orca being kept in captivity! It's does not seem to dig deep into the reasons why this trade is so cruel and outdated in the 21st century. There are much better books you can spend your money on. Don't buy it!!!!!
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Initial post: 15 Aug 2011 19:25:12 BDT
The book specifically mentions Sea World in a positive light. Although Sea World does include wild dolphins etc in its animals, these are animals that have been rescued and are unable to be re-released into the wild (most of the animals they rehabilitate are re-released). Most of their animals are zoo-bred. Sea World also puts much money and effort into conservation and the breeding etc of endangered species.
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