Ever since Blackfish was released in 2013, more and more people have come to recognize the horror behind whale captivity. As a result, they’re also starting to realize the same when it comes to animal captivity in general.
Marine animal exhibitions are chlorinated prisons in which families are torn apart and individuals are stressed, scared, and scarred. There are multiple heart-breaking consequences of confining animals in this way, and you can read more about that here.
This is precisely why profits at Sea World have dropped a staggering 84 percent. You can read more about that here.
Below is a story about Orkid, an Orca who has been imprisoned for decades. She’s watched other orcas die in front of her and, in reaction to being under such duress, has dragged trainers into the water. She has never had even a taste of freedom.
“Orkid’s story isn’t unique. SeaWorld enslaves many animals in small tanks at marine parks around the country, where they’re forced to perform tricks for food. It’s a business built on the suffering of intelligent, social animals who are denied everything that is natural and important to them. As a result, animals imprisoned by SeaWorld often die prematurely from captivity-related causes, including ones related to stress.” (Taken from video excerpt)
Please, don’t go to SeaWorld. Visit SeaWorldOfHurt.com to learn more.
The Sacred Science follows eight people from around the world, with varying physical and psychological illnesses, as they embark on a one-month healing journey into the heart of the Amazon jungle.
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"If “Survivor” was actually real and had stakes worth caring about, it would be what happens here, and “The Sacred Science” hopefully is merely one in a long line of exciting endeavors from this group." - Billy Okeefe, McClatchy Tribune