I was wondering where my last boss went, they took him in at Bush Gardens
It's a theme park owned by SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. another disgusting example of a circus show in disguise. If they were truly in the business of promoting conservation, they wouldn't need to build thrill rides, eateries & retail shops at their "zoological" facility. Do not buy a ticket support these types places, it's a sham! Designed more to coax your hard earned money from you than educate. And even THAT is geared toward promoting captivity. These places are useless, and should not be allowed exotic or large animals.
Busch Gardens and Sea World are top notch theme parks. We were at Busch Gardens yesterday and learned so much about the animals. We got to interact with some and it's an amazing experience. People like anon @7:31 just have no idea what they are talking about. If it wasn't for these places, my knowledge of these animals would be limited to what I learned in school, which was nothing. The rides and attractions pulled me in and then I spent a good 4 hours learning about these animals. Had no idea how great it was. If I would have taken anon advice, I never would have had such an awesome experience and I wouldn't have the knowledge that I have now about these animals.
P.s. Sea World does SO much good for animals, try reading some of the posts here on the blog. They are constantly saving and rehabilitating animals.
Anonymous @7:31 I only see people like you commenting on these types of news from SeaWorld and Busch Gardens. How about paying attention to the news about the rescued animals that are treated and released by these parks? Oh, I'm sorry, that does not fit into your agenda! FYI, it is not up to SeaWorld to decide whether to the animal is healthy enough to return but it is the decision of the government agencies that has the particular role of doing so.