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3 thoughts on “Lolita, the captive orca, could gain endangerd status

  1. Lolita has surpassed the odds and given 43 years of love and attention to the thousands of children and adults who are lucky enough to meet her….she has no doubt bonded to people and her life in a tank.
    What difference can this 33 page document mean to Lolita other than another ploy by the whale care pretenders to get her back here so they can study the effects of such a whale transfer as they watch her die from the transfer and back into our poisoned waterways.
    Leave Lolita alone…she is alive because she must have bonded in captivity…43 years…leave Lolita alone.

  2. Lolita is also alive because she is a member of an extremely intelligent species and has adapted to her environment out of necessity.

  3. Sorry Sharon but you are anthropomorphizing. the intelligence factor is a scientific fact. The bonding, not so.

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