< News | 11.12.2015

Killer instinct

Killer instinct

There’s nothing like having a long bath to wash away the day, but a Kiwi animal rights advocate wants to live in a Miami bathtub for four weeks to protest an orca’s captivity.

Danielle Daals from New Zealand has pledged to spend a month living in a bathtub near Miami Seaquarium to raise attention for Lolita the killer whale (pictured), which has spent 45 years living at the facility.

Daals said: “It’s ludicrous to have such a huge, beautiful creature that travels hundreds of miles a day stuck in basically a bathtub, and they’re still not doing anything about it.”

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