26
Feb
10

Broadcasting from University College Falmouth

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4 Responses to “Broadcasting from University College Falmouth”


  1. 1 Mohamed King Mohamed
    February 26, 2010 at 19:29

    While we feel sorry for the berieved family, we also need to understand that those animal do not think like we human. Therefore, people most always be guided by such knowledge about all animal. Do these animal have the same mental capacity like we human? No, they do not and as such, we must be very mindful.

  2. 2 Marcia Hauer
    February 26, 2010 at 19:29

    Places like Sea World are a two edged sword. They provide educational opportunities for both the public and for scientists and trainers. However, they are wild animals placed in an environment that is not natural which can be stressful to the animals even with the best care.

  3. 3 Ron Georg
    February 26, 2010 at 19:33

    Howdy–

    If you don’t believe video can evoke an empathetic response, watch the Oscar-nominated film “The Cove.” It will do more for dolphin advocacy than any smiling, back-flipping show animal.

    None of us has ever seen a blue whale or a humpback in a show, yet Captian Paul receives millions in donations for his Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a frontlines crusade to save whales few people will ever see.

    A whale in a pool can’t possibly communicate the whole of the animal’s social and geographical range. A documentary, on the other hand, can show them in their entire context, and demonstrate clearly why they should never be contained.

    Happy Trails,
    Ron Georg
    Corvallis, Oregon
    USA

  4. 4 Tim
    February 26, 2010 at 19:33

    Thank you for adressing this sad event.
    If these amusement parks were truly focused on science then where is the outrage about Japanese illegal whaling???
    Thank you for reading my post
    tim


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