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More Blood in the Water with SeaWorld’s Killer Whales and Trainers.

July 18, 2011

Keto at Loro Parque in Tenerife Spain

Here at The Orca Project, we are continually shocked and surprised as we dig further behind the scenes.  However, to date, there has never been a more stunning discovery as there was to learn about SeaWorld’s Killer Whales who were moved from the USA to their “overstock” hide-out in Tenerife, one of Spain’s, Canary Islands.

This will more than likely be the shortest blog on The Orca Project has done as we don’t want to waste much time opining on the incredibly hard to understand story; the videos and pictures of what truly goes on behind the scenes tell enough of the story.

The first video in this article, so well researched and written, by Tim Zimmermann of Outside magazine, is the most difficult to watch and comprehend.  If you thought some of the other things that go on there at SeaWorld and their little place at Loro Parque, you will utterly be flabbergasted at what you are about to see.

A big thank you to Tim Zimmermann for being so diligent in bringing this story to the public.

Read the full story here on Outside Online: “Blood in the Water” by Tim Zimmermann ( or click HERE for Spanish version)

… and for more information, visit The Huffington Post article “Death At Loro Parque: The Risks Of Killer Whale Entertainment”

One Comment leave one →
  1. July 18, 2011 11:39 pm

    TOP, thank you for redirecting your concerned readers and following to this article. I hope that others will come here and find it as well. Tim wrote an amazing article for Outside Mag Online. The videos are particularly disturbing; especially the endoscopy.

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