When people think of Sea World, they think of a fun and exciting park where they can see various aquatic animals. They think of the very large manatees swimming behind the glass. People think of the hilarious dolphin and seal shows. More than anything, people associate Sea World with Shamu. The amazing Shamu show which is a must see when attending the park. They think of the happy trainers and how much fun they are having with the Orcas. All of this makes Sea World a multi-billion dollar corporation. When thinking about Sea World, people do not question what goes on when the crowds are not watching. They aren’t curious about how the Orcas are treated. They see the trainers and assume no one ever gets hurt. However, with research it is very easy to find that Sea World is not only an awful corporation but a disgrace to our society. The fact of the matter is that Sea World abuses its killer whales. It is very easy to see if a person knows what to look for concerning the wellness of the whale. Another truth about Sea World is that its trainers are put in danger on a daily basis. No training can prepare a person for live action with an abused twenty-two thousand pound whale. The corporate for Sea World is as corrupt as Illinois politicians. This is not a joke. They purposely injure their whales and put their trainers in danger. When questioned in court, they hire very good attorneys to lie and help them avoid charges by presenting false and misleading evidence. They accomplish all of this while cutting themselves a very big paycheck. Sea World needs to be shut down, and the public needs to become aware of the atrocities that have and are still occurring.
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