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A Better Way to See Orcas.

October 10, 2011

This will be a short post from The Orca Project. The centerpiece of the subject matter is shown in the short video below.

We believe “A Better Way to See Orcas” is a pivotal piece of documentation clearly informing people who may have not been aware that these intelligent beings belong in the wild, and not on display in a sensory deprived pool working for their food.

We at The Orca Project apologize that this video is no longer available. Due to possible copyright infringement of some footage, we regretfully have removed this important and compelling video.

Share it, re-post, tweet, re-tweet and share it with your friends and family.

Thank you for watching.

And now, after seeing this powerful and heart wrenching video… Visit our “Take the Pledge” page HERE and make YOUR pledge not to buy a ticket to marine parks with captive dolphins and whales and to share this important message with family, friends and colleagues.

For any  more information or questions you may have, please feel free to contact:

Lori Marino, Ph.D

Emory University

lmarino@emory.edu

(404) 727-7582

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Brooke permalink
    February 23, 2014 2:27 pm

    The video clip in this blog post is not longer working. Does anyone have the link to the video that can still be viewed? Thank you.

  2. Lynn Rubin permalink
    October 11, 2011 2:25 am

    Thankyou for the vidio clip and I have posted it on my fb and to friends. I cried because I live on Vancouver Island and we love our wild whales and orcas and white sided dolphins and dal porposis! I love them so very much!

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