Entries in zoochosis (2)


The Blackfish legacy: campaigns against orca captivity programmes

Killer whales may have a bad reputation  their name attests to that! – but, in reality, they are highly intelligent and social animals. After the first orca captured for exhibition purposes in 1965, the busines boomed and grew to today's 52 captive orcas worldwide. However, despite reassurances by marine parks, the general public has grown increasingly worried about the unethical and scandalous treatment these animals receive in captivity.

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Zoochosis - a study of abnormal behaviours in zoos

Last summer, Nanna Påskesen spent three months as an Online Media Intern at Frontier’s London Headquarters editing videos to promote Frontier’s projects.

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