Published on Loro Parque’s Facebook page the 26.07.2019. Experts from Loro Parque commented Orca Conservancy’s stance on the Whale Sanctuary Project, which conveys a clear denial of their support. » more
Published on vocal.media the 20.12.2021. | By: Jenna Deedy Arsenic and mercury are not only classic environmental poisons, but there is also a hotspot of them where the animal rights industry’s new Whale Sanctuary Project is planned. » to the full article
Exclusively for zoos.media – 06/27/2023. Author: Philipp J. Kroiss The new statement of the National Aquarium in Baltimore concerning their dolphin sanctuary, which is a nice name for some net cages, exposes an inhumane and ignorant agenda.
Exclusively for zoos.media – 02.06.2023. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß The two belugas are going back again: once more, it is not possible to keep Little Grey and Little White in the Beluga Whale Sanctuary.
Published on the Instagram account “mermaid_fight” the 24.08.2022. The ridiculous series of mishaps at the Beluga Whale Sanctuary continues. The release of the belugas has now been postponed until spring 2023 because of a sunken boat.
Published on vocal.media the 05.11.2021. | By: Jenna Deedy A critical examination of the Whale Sanctuary Project‘s priorities with several insights into the extent of animal rights activists’ ignorance.
Published on the Twitter account “Mylestring” the 21.05.2021. A worthwhile thread about Sea Life Trust‘s Beluga Whale Sanctuary: an interesting overview and a critical analysis of the project. » to the full thread
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 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.