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Unveiled in May, the project has brought together marine scientists, conservationists, legal experts, veterinarians, former animal trainers, and others to build the world’s first permanent seaside sanctuary for whales and dolphins held in captivity.
Rounding a rocky headland on Hanson Island, we pull into a sheltered cove surrounded by thick stands of cedar, fir, and spruce.
Orcas in the wild can swim up to 100 miles per day; orcas in tanks are lucky to swim 100 laps.
Most studies show that death rates for captive orcas are higher than for wild ones.
Though most sites would provide public access to the animals, visitors most likely would be kept at a discreet distance. Some marine mammal facilities with swim-with-the-dolphin programs also maintain their animals in seawater, according to Naomi Rose, marine mammal scientist at the Animal Welfare Institute.
There would be no stadium-style seating filled with flashing cameras, roaring crowds, and deafening music.