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The captive dolphins of the Mirage Hotel

Subject: The captive dolphins of the Mirage Hotel
From: "Martyn Stewart" mijdog2000
Date: Tue Jun 17, 2014 8:38 pm ((PDT))
In las Vegas, there is a place called the secret Garden at the rear of the =
Mirage Hotel.
They keep tigers and dolphins. In the dolphin pools they house 10 dolphins =
in water heated to 74f under blazing sunshine with no shade from the rays.
The dolphins are going slowly insane and have developed a pox.
This is a short Video i shot at the weekend
I also managed to drop a hydrophone into the water that separates the two p=
ools and recorded the dolphins high frequency sounds. Obviously communicati=
ng with the dolphins at the rear pool but what they are saying is anybodies=
This is a cruel facility and one I hope none of you ever attend until they =
do away with captive animals.

Thank you for your time.

Martyn Stewart

Redmond  WA

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