- Joined Sep 16, 2003
Originally Posted by Hazeleyed Honey
I agree with the notion that keeping large andwild animals in confined spaces for ourentertainment and amusementis wrong. However, releasing them back into the wildafter being in captivity for so long might make it harder for them to survive for as long as they can. They would not know how tofiend for themselves such as fish on their ownand they are so used to human contact. Sometimes they end up beached or would return to coast looking for humans to feed them becausethey do not know how to eat on their own.Keiko, the whale in Free Willy, only survived for five more years after being released back in the waters of Iceland.Originally Posted by BlackStilettos
It sucks that this whale will likely be put down very soon. I don't understand why no one thought to release him back into the wild once he killed the first person. Sigh.
Which is why I think they should put an end to all this but I digress.
Originally Posted by WallyHopp
Ibet it happened like this.. that whale looked like he was gone, then herose back up and was playing with it. much like a seal on the wildafter hunting one down
Yea, in the older video it didn't even want to kill the lady or bite her leg off it was toying with her.