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    Shamu, one of the most famous killer whales known to mankind. This whale has become well known throughout the several years that Sea World has been around. As time progresses, there has been various studies that have justified whether or not Sea World promotes a good atmosphere for these massive killer whales and whether or not these whales should be taken out of their natural habitat in order for multiple peoples’ entertainment and pleasure. Whoever was considering taking these animals out their homes must have been thinking only about human’s entertainment and not these species wellbeing. Killer whales should not be taken out of their natural environments and put into Sea World because Sea World forced these whales into their environment…

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    In real life marriage doesn't make you happy, but you make your marriage happy. There are many couples who have no patience to each other and there are some who have strong patience for each other. To have a successful marriage lives it needs love, patience and understanding from both couples. From Amy Sutherland “What Shamu Taught Me about a Happy Marriage,” she said that there are some “annoyances” that her husband does but, is not the “stuff” that cause to “separation and divorce”…

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    Humanworld Short Story

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    anticipation. Several months earlier, Mr. Shamu Orca had desperately wanted to ensure that his son, Shamu Jr.’s, fifth birthday would be extra special, so he planned a vacation to the new and largely celebrated amusement park called Humanworld, located about one-thousand miles from their home. After hearing this fabulous news, Shamu Jr. jumped for joy, but Sharon, Shamu’s wife, was rather frustrated. “I can’t believe you would do something like this without asking me first,” snappped Sharon.…

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    Featur Manta Narrative

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    The new main attraction was a ride name “Mako”. It was two hundred feet tall, and 4,760 feet long. You reach speeds of seventy-three miles per hour. All the rides had secure holding system. Ironically, the newest ride appeared to have the weakest holding system, as it seemed you could easily slip out of it. Thankfully, no one was flown out of the ride. But the greatest experience was not a ride, but it was a performance, done by both man and animal alike. It took place in an enormous stadium,…

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    Seaworld Ethical Cases

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    George Millay, Milt Shedd, Ken Norris and David DeMott originally founded the SeaWorld we know today in the late 1950’s to early 1960’s. It was originally a subsidiary of Busch Gardens, housing a bird sanctuary, and eventually it turned into a water park. Its founders, however, had plans for the facility. They envisioned an underwater restaurant that would allow guests to look into a large pool and see marine animals close up but that idea soon expanded when Ted Griffin, sold Shamu to SeaWorld…

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    betraying their frustration and causing a health risk” Perhaps the most telling evidence is that captive orcas are also subject to drugging by SeaWorld personnel with antipsychotic and psychoactive drugs, including benzodiazepines, which are given to calm the captive orcas which react against their conditions of confinement. SeaWorld has long known this but accepts that abnormal orca behavior, the abuse of these animals seems to be the price paid for this form of human entertainment and company…

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    What comes to mind when you hear the world Seaworld? Loud music, thrilling rides, and of course - the world famous Shamu Show. To some, SeaWorld is a vital part of the Orlando experience. Up until recently, I myself couldn't have agreed more with the idea that SeaWorld was a must-see, top of everyones bucket lists. I loved it. After visiting the park several times and witnessing the Shamu show first-hand, my family were left wondering ‘’how do they do it?’’ The reality of this family friendly…

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    comfort. Whenever I was nervous I would make the gripping sound with my shoes. Touch “Our skin is what stands between us and the world. If you think about it, no other part of us makes contact with something not us but the skin.” Our skin is the largest organ in the body. Our skin is what allows us to have contact with the world. The sense of touch enables us to make memories. Without the sense of touch, what would our lives be like? My first time visiting SeaWorld is a memory I will…

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    Blackfish Research Paper

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    then slaughtered. Adult orcas were sliced open and filled with rocks so the bodies would sink and not be discovered. The babies, like famous Shamu, found their new homes in amusement parks everywhere. Instead of ocean homes they have lifelong confinement in concrete tanks. There are videos of this inhumane treatment and statements from many observers including the former director of Seaworld who said they had to use “starving techniques”(Huxter, 2013) to get the orcas into their metal steel box…

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    Orca Whales In Seaworld

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    The show is focused on a whale named Shamu. Most people believe Shamu is one whale that does all of the shows but it is actually played by several orcas (“Shamu”). The whales are a very big attraction and it helps keep the company afloat. (“Tourism”). SeaWorld tried to deny the fact that they haven 't been doing their jobs right. They tried to cover it up as much as possible. They paid off newspapers to keep the stories of whale abuse private (“Newspapers”).Tourism is very important for…

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