Young Blood

Hi.

SeaWorld Announced Its Orca Expansion Plan Without Legal Approval

fightingforwhales:

cute-whales:

wiildfloweriinbloom:

THEY HAVENT EVEN APPLIED FOR PERMITS YET hahahahhahha

waawowow

they’re such morons

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eatpizzas:

why are 13 year olds these days constantly drinking, smoking weed and having sex?? when i was 13 i had a stable job, a loving wife, 3 good kids, and some savings put away for my retirement. i worry about the younger generation sometimes smh

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ifistayofficial:

Bring on the feels. See Chloë Grace Moretz and Jamie Blackley in IF I STAY today!

Yeah but don’t do it unless you’re prepared to cry for a solid two hours

ifistayofficial:

Bring on the feels. See Chloë Grace Moretz and Jamie Blackley in IF I STAY today!

Yeah but don’t do it unless you’re prepared to cry for a solid two hours

Orlando Sentinel

derangedhyena-delphinidae:

sayonaraseaworld:

You’re looking toward international growth. Will you be opening parks such as Discovery Cove or will there be more SeaWorlds?

Or it could be something else, right? I don’t mean to be coy about it. But our discussions involve those brands. It also involves new concepts that we have in mind … that are different from what we do today.

Where would you get the whales if you open more SeaWorld parks?

We haven’t collected whales since the ’70s. We’re fortunate to have a successful, thriving breeding program within our parks. We certainly have those capabilities with our current collection of killer whales.

So would they come just from your current collection?

In all likelihood, yes. We don’t collect whales in the wild and we have 29 whales in our care, so we certainly have the resources to develop and build more parks as it sits.

Jim Atchison confirms your favorite whales are headed to the Middle East and China.  Nǐ hǎo, Nalani!  

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fightingforwhales:

kakawin:

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Japanese orcas look so much different than Pacific northwestern orcas or Icelandic orcas—Nami’s facial shape alone was so unique.

fightingforwhales:

kakawin:

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Japanese orcas look so much different than Pacific northwestern orcas or Icelandic orcas—Nami’s facial shape alone was so unique.

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fightingforwhales:

hellothewhalessay:

dolfi 25-9-2010 155 by killerbeauty85 on Flickr.

i swear to god morgan has the biggest fucking eyes on any orca ever

fightingforwhales:

hellothewhalessay:

dolfi 25-9-2010 155 by killerbeauty85 on Flickr.

i swear to god morgan has the biggest fucking eyes on any orca ever

blackfishsound:

Scary morning for the I15s and onlookers!

What a stressful morning!! Young I 103 from the I 15’s got caught in a gill net near Port Hardy. We monitored close by ready to assist. The young whale went under water covered in net for around 12 minutes. At the 4 minute mark the whole family I4, I 5 and their offspring dove down and stayed with it under water. The fisherman was quick thinking and pulled the net in reeling up 103. She was caught on her tail the rest of the net had been cut free possibly by her family when they were all under water. The fisherman was able to cut her loose and when she was freed she swam straight to her family. They took off towards Malcolm Island where thankfully research vessels were able to keep an eye on them to make sure she was ok. A very rare event that I have never seen. We were all happy to see her swim away it was something I personally never want to witness again. Many thanks to the fisherman for freeing her and saving her life. (x)

blackfishsound:

Scary morning for the I15s and onlookers!

What a stressful morning!! Young I 103 from the I 15’s got caught in a gill net near Port Hardy. We monitored close by ready to assist. The young whale went under water covered in net for around 12 minutes. At the 4 minute mark the whole family I4, I 5 and their offspring dove down and stayed with it under water. The fisherman was quick thinking and pulled the net in reeling up 103. She was caught on her tail the rest of the net had been cut free possibly by her family when they were all under water. The fisherman was able to cut her loose and when she was freed she swam straight to her family. They took off towards Malcolm Island where thankfully research vessels were able to keep an eye on them to make sure she was ok. A very rare event that I have never seen. We were all happy to see her swim away it was something I personally never want to witness again. Many thanks to the fisherman for freeing her and saving her life. (x)

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ruinedchildhood:

Which Michael Bay movie is this from?

ruinedchildhood:

Which Michael Bay movie is this from?

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