Published on cetaceanlifestyle.com the 11.08.2020. | By: Robin DV A report about a visit to Sea Life Trust‘s Beluga Whale Sanctuary in Iceland. » to the article in English » to the article in German » to the article in Dutch
Published on Perla Bortolussi’s Facebook page the 06.10.2018. Animal rights activists always want to house animals in sanctuaries – an animal instructor has now compared her own husbandry with that of the animal rights industry. » to the full contribution
Published on humanewatch.org the 28.08.2020. The sanctuary “Project Chimps” had filed a lawsuit against the whistleblowers who disclosed serious deficiencies in the husbandry of the animal rights activists’ facility.
Exclusively for zoos.media – 08/09/2020. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß According to a newspaper report, the belugas were brought into the net cages some time ago. This article explains what this means for animals.
Exclusively for zoos.media – 14th of July 2020. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß The opening of the Beluga Whale Sanctuary is postponed again and again. There are hints that the Sea Life Trust has got something to hide.
Published on nationalgeographic.com the 08.07.2020. | By: Rachel Fobar The sanctuary Project Chimps is constantly in the headlines. National Geographic has now also addressed this subject and published an article well worth reading. » to the full article
published exklusively on zoos.media – 29th of June in 2020. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß Sea Life creates a picture of its net cage project called “Beluga Whale Sanctuary” that has nothing to do with reality and sells fairy tales to the public.
Published on humanewatch.org the 09.04.2020. The scandal around the HSUS sanctuary “Project Chimps” is growing larger. More and more deficiencies in husbandry are coming to light and being proven. » more