Dolphinariums bad for Cayman

We have heard all the arguments explaining the family lives of dolphins, the trauma of capture and separation, the ridiculousness of believing that their jumping and amused smiles mean that they are happy.

We have read the passionate pleas from those who just appreciate nature and from experts such as Cousteau, not to keep dolphins in captivity. We have watched as the rest of the world condemns dolphinariums and little by little they are closing.

Yet, as seems to be the way of the world, greed wins again no matter the consequence.

How very sad. I thought we were better than this Cayman.

Sue Shelley

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