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cute-whales:

b3n3aththesurfac3:

Polar bear dies unexpectedly at Sea World Orlando
…”off exhibit” (with zero chance of return)
Rest in peace - it’s really shocking that I just photographed him last week and I was worried about his health, they keep the temps at 50-60 degrees fahrenheit which seems a bit high for a polar bear to be in consistently. They live in the Arctic after all, what on Earth is one doing confined to a warehouse type exhibit in Florida!
Also, SW UHHHH your numbers don’t match up.

were those temps as you saw them now? perhaps they were not regulated now that he’s gone.
but ugh, really upsetting to hear of his death.

Oooops….
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cute-whales:

b3n3aththesurfac3:

Polar bear dies unexpectedly at Sea World Orlando
…”off exhibit” (with zero chance of return)
Rest in peace - it’s really shocking that I just photographed him last week and I was worried about his health, they keep the temps at 50-60 degrees fahrenheit which seems a bit high for a polar bear to be in consistently. They live in the Arctic after all, what on Earth is one doing confined to a warehouse type exhibit in Florida!
Also, SW UHHHH your numbers don’t match up.

were those temps as you saw them now? perhaps they were not regulated now that he’s gone.
but ugh, really upsetting to hear of his death.

Oooops….
Zoom Info
cute-whales:

b3n3aththesurfac3:

Polar bear dies unexpectedly at Sea World Orlando
…”off exhibit” (with zero chance of return)
Rest in peace - it’s really shocking that I just photographed him last week and I was worried about his health, they keep the temps at 50-60 degrees fahrenheit which seems a bit high for a polar bear to be in consistently. They live in the Arctic after all, what on Earth is one doing confined to a warehouse type exhibit in Florida!
Also, SW UHHHH your numbers don’t match up.

were those temps as you saw them now? perhaps they were not regulated now that he’s gone.
but ugh, really upsetting to hear of his death.

Oooops….
Zoom Info
cute-whales:

b3n3aththesurfac3:

Polar bear dies unexpectedly at Sea World Orlando
…”off exhibit” (with zero chance of return)
Rest in peace - it’s really shocking that I just photographed him last week and I was worried about his health, they keep the temps at 50-60 degrees fahrenheit which seems a bit high for a polar bear to be in consistently. They live in the Arctic after all, what on Earth is one doing confined to a warehouse type exhibit in Florida!
Also, SW UHHHH your numbers don’t match up.

were those temps as you saw them now? perhaps they were not regulated now that he’s gone.
but ugh, really upsetting to hear of his death.

Oooops….
Zoom Info
cute-whales:

b3n3aththesurfac3:

Polar bear dies unexpectedly at Sea World Orlando
…”off exhibit” (with zero chance of return)
Rest in peace - it’s really shocking that I just photographed him last week and I was worried about his health, they keep the temps at 50-60 degrees fahrenheit which seems a bit high for a polar bear to be in consistently. They live in the Arctic after all, what on Earth is one doing confined to a warehouse type exhibit in Florida!
Also, SW UHHHH your numbers don’t match up.

were those temps as you saw them now? perhaps they were not regulated now that he’s gone.
but ugh, really upsetting to hear of his death.

Oooops….
Zoom Info
cute-whales:

b3n3aththesurfac3:

Polar bear dies unexpectedly at Sea World Orlando
…”off exhibit” (with zero chance of return)
Rest in peace - it’s really shocking that I just photographed him last week and I was worried about his health, they keep the temps at 50-60 degrees fahrenheit which seems a bit high for a polar bear to be in consistently. They live in the Arctic after all, what on Earth is one doing confined to a warehouse type exhibit in Florida!
Also, SW UHHHH your numbers don’t match up.

were those temps as you saw them now? perhaps they were not regulated now that he’s gone.
but ugh, really upsetting to hear of his death.

Oooops….
Zoom Info

cute-whales:

b3n3aththesurfac3:

Polar bear dies unexpectedly at Sea World Orlando

…”off exhibit” (with zero chance of return)

Rest in peace - it’s really shocking that I just photographed him last week and I was worried about his health, they keep the temps at 50-60 degrees fahrenheit which seems a bit high for a polar bear to be in consistently. They live in the Arctic after all, what on Earth is one doing confined to a warehouse type exhibit in Florida!

Also, SW UHHHH your numbers don’t match up.

were those temps as you saw them now? perhaps they were not regulated now that he’s gone.

but ugh, really upsetting to hear of his death.

Oooops….

Animal Legal Defense Fund Complaint Results in OSHA Fine for Miami Seaquarium - Animal Legal Defense Fund

derangedhyena-delphinidae:

"The agency has required Seaquarium to remove its trainers from engaging in “wet work and dry work performances” in the pool. Because of the serious nature of the violation OSHA is fining the Miami Seaquarium $7,000."

Maybe this will help her case re: being able to be moved to a sea-pen..? Judging by the videos I’ve watched of her performances, there’s not really a lot they can do with wet/dry work both removed? Besides have her jump around in that pathetic thimble of water.

Which… yhea.

Is that a single (one time) fine, per violation, per day, or what?  That’s not a large fine either.

secxndary:

I swear on everything that this isn’t just some stupid contest to gain followers. I’ve been wanting a new camera for ages so now I have two. I was thinking about returning/selling my old one, but I wouldn’t be getting the same amount or more than what it was originally priced. I’ve already talked to my mum about me giving it away, and she doesn’t mind. Anyway, who doesn’t like free stuff?

Here’s how this will work:

  • You do not have to follow me. I don’t want any followers that don’t actually like my blog. I do ask of you to kindly check out my blog though. If you like it cool, if not, then your loss.
  • Likes do not count for anything, only reblogs will count. You can reblog this as many times as you’d like.
  • Do not create any extra blogs or whatever, I will be looking on your archives.
  • Winner will be chosen like as if it were a raffle drawing.
  • Winner will be contacted via ask, so make sure that you have that on/open.
  • This will be over on August 21st 2014, and the winner will be announced on the 22nd.

I am doing this basically to make someone else happy and also because I accidentally deleted the other contest I was doing. Please don’t participate if you already own a Canon, but you can if you’d like I guess. I really don’t care if you live in Hogwarts, anyone is allowed to enter.

Here’s what the winner will get:

  • Canon EOS 1100D
  • Camera Cover R-F-3
  • Battery Charger LC-E10E
  • EUR AC Cable 1m
  • Battery pack LP-E10
  • Battery cover
  • Interface cable IFC-130U
  • All the disks needed.

The camera is basically brand new.

If you think this is “stupid” of me to do or anything of that sort, than just ignore it. It’s that simple.

Q. “Why would you just giveaway an expensive camera to a stranger?”

A. TO MAKE THEM HAPPY!

Q. “How do we know you aren’t bullshitting us?”

A. To make a fake contest just for followers is stupid, plus, I have a picture of me holding both the cameras :)

Good luck.

What about the MacBook and iPad in the lefthand photo?

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

Orcas are obviously in captivity so we can see them. Where else would we see them? You don't know anything.

bathe-the-whales:

kittenfossils:

i wish i could transform into an orca and sit on you with all my glorious weight and intelligence.

do you not realise how selfish of a response that is? “they’re imprisoned, forced to perform, ripped from their families, forced to get pregnant because we can’t find our fucking way to the ocean to see them in all their natural beauty.”

"Where else would we see them?"

Have you ever heard of a place called the ocean?

These are the people who think meat comes from the supermarket. 0_o

loltias:

Just wanted to point out how news channels even considered the death of an orca at sea world more odd and suspicious than sad. This broadcast discusses the death of Kalina, who showed signs of discomfort on the same day she unexpectedly died. The video includes how Taima and her stillborn calf died in June and Dawn Brancheau’s death in February. However, after Kalina’s death, Sumar, a 12 year old orca at Sea World San Diego, died as well.

So if you still are ignorant enough to think Blackfish is the reason for people being “misled” into thinking Sea World is bad, think again. 

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