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Op-Ed: Orca bloodlines show rampant inbreeding in captive orcas

After Loro Parque in Spain, announced the death of a 10-month old SeaWorld-owned orca named Vicky, questions were raised over SeaWorld's breeding program.

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.

Op-Ed: Orca specialist reveals devastating report ahead of court case Special

Amsterdam - On November 1 the battle for Morgan the orca will continue in an Amsterdam courtroom. Campaigning for Morgan's release is orca specialist Dr. Ingrid Visser. Visser has just released a damning report on what Morgan has endured while in captivity.

Group going to court to support release of orca Special

Amsterdam - On November 1, Morgan a wild-caught Dutch orca, will have her day in court. She will be supported by a global contingent fighting for her right to be released back to the ocean.
 

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Note the trainers standing to the right. During all the attacks recorded by the author the trainers ...
Note the trainers standing to the right. During all the attacks recorded by the author the trainers were present, yet ignored them.
Photo © Dr Ingrid N. Visser
Morgan is lying with her right side exposed above the water. This photograph was taken at 16:33:45 h...
Morgan is lying with her right side exposed above the water. This photograph was taken at 16:33:45 hrs on 29 June 2012 (i.e., 05 hrs, 39 mins, 37 sec, after the attack).
Photo © Dr Ingrid N. Visser
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Morgan  as she is rammed and pushed sideways by the female orca  Skyla (right). Note the water being...
Morgan, as she is rammed and pushed sideways by the female orca, Skyla (right). Note the water being displaced behind Morgan’s dorsal fin, as she is forced backwards. (photo; 27 June 2012).
Photo © Dr Ingrid N. Visser

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