Free dolphins

Oklahoma is landlocked and there is not an ocean for over 500 miles from my home, and yet I grew up loving and appreciating whales and dolphins without ever once being able to see one: free or captive. And yes, I was blessed to see several free dolphins about five years ago, as an adult, in the Gulf of Mexico and I can tell you, firsthand, after having seen both captive and free dolphin, that what a human will learn from the two is not the same. I challenge you to produce a significant number of people who leave a captive facility that actually do something of real significance that is saving the dolphins that are free. The things that are challenging / killing free dolphins today are these: pollution, boat collisions, storms, predators, and captivity.

Nora Sinkankas

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