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SeaWorld put on notice by orca scientist Special

A leading orca scientist is challenging SeaWorld over the erroneous use of a self-authored paper describing dorsal fin collapse in wild killer whales.
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Dr. Visser says park suing her over report submitted in court Special

Amsterdam - Two days before presenting a comprehensive report on the condition of orca Morgan in an Amsterdam court case, scientist Dr. Ingrid Visser said she received a letter threatening legal action from the park, if the report was not retracted.
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Dr Ingrid Visser presents verbal testimony in orca court case Special

Amsterdam - New Zealand scientist Dr. Ingrid Visser, presented a verbal report to an Amsterdam court about the condition of a young female orca named Morgan. Morgan's health she says, has been rapidly declining since she was sent to Loro Parque in Tenerife last year.
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Morgan is being used in  commercially driven shows  said Visser. This is in  direct violation of the...
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Morgan is being used in "commercially driven shows" said Visser. This is in "direct violation of the EU Export certificate, issued exclusively for research purposes", she added.
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 This is Corkscrew   said Dr. Visser   you can see the damage to the leading edge of his fin (at the...
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"This is Corkscrew," said Dr. Visser, "you can see the damage to the leading edge of his fin (at the top ‘bend’) and you can see that this is a ‘twisted’ fin - but it is still upright."
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Morgan is engaging in one of her stereotypical behaviors here explained Visser.  Spyhopping up and d...
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Morgan is engaging in one of her stereotypical behaviors here explained Visser. "Spyhopping up and down in one location is similar to ‘rocking’ behavior in autistic children – in that it is abnormal and repetitive."
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