Flipper wasn't smiling

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Thursday, October 04, 2018, 18:22 (648 days ago) @ midalake


I am sorry, I am unaware of the dolphin thing. I have been to the place several times. We go there because the manager used to work at Las palmas and La chula vida. He has always treated us well and deserved our loyalty. I have never had or heard of dolphins except when we see them jump out of the water, while we sat on the beach. Can you be a little more specific on what they do wrong, does the owner own the dolphinarium? It is disappointing to hear that they are doing something wrong, but what?

Rob thinks it is some great Greek tragedy that a few dolphins are kept in captivity to help teach millions of people who do not live anywhere near an ocean. The teaching comes in where they learn about these wonderful creatures and LEARN how to protect them and the environment. Also to understand there are powers at work on our planet that are greater than mankind.
I think Rob was told by dolphins they do not like to be in captivity?

HOWEVER he fails to mention dogs, birds, fish, cats, and a host of other animals that are caged, fenced and boxed for human delight.


You are welcome to any ethics or lack thereof that you wish to have, Dave. On your website you are welcome to promote anything you like.

Regarding your last comment, if you don't know what's wrong with enslaving dolphins or the difference between them and domestic animals that have lived in a symbiotic relationship with humans for tens of thousands of years I'll leave you to your blissful ignorance. Even Flipper's original trainer agrees with me.


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