The welfare of bottlenose dolphins and killer whales in captivity

@inproceedings{Lundin2010TheWO,
  title={The welfare of bottlenose dolphins and killer whales in captivity},
  author={Lisa Lundin},
  year={2010}
}
The aim of this paper was to investigate whether or not it is possible to keep bottlenose dolphins and killer whales in captivity while maintaining good animal welfare. Today, many zoos and aquariums claim that their primary function is to conserve species and educate people about conservation and threatened species. The keeping of wild animals is justified by conservation programs and by the information spread to the zoo visitors. This does however not seem to be the case for marine mammals… CONTINUE READING

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