Increase the Orca Enclosure Size at SeaWorld

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As I'm doing a paper on "If the Use of Animals for Entertainment Helps or Hinders the Species Survival", I have come across information dealing with the amount of room orcas have in their enclosures at SeaWorld, and how this can affect their survival and well-being. Tilikum, a 22 ft Orca at SeaWorld, was living in a 350 ft long enclosure before his death. Orcas can dive up to 1,000 feet in the wild but at SeaWorld they can only dive up to 35 ft. There’s been a recent act banning the use and transportation of new orcas, however, SeaWorld can still keep the orcas is currently has. SeaWorld needs to increase the size of their exhibits to give these animals more room in order to keep them mentally and physically stable.



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