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Mystery?

Discussion in 'The VIP Lounge' started by Drew, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. Drew

    Drew Well-Known Member War Zone Member Top Poster

  2. Dan Driscoll

    Dan Driscoll HTT Refugee Donor War Zone Member

    I'm not opposed to aquariums in general, but I don't think it is a good idea to keep whales or whale sharks in captivity. Whale sharks especially are just too damned big and their natural behavior is completely different from what an aquarium will allow them.
     
  3. Drew Mitten

    Drew Mitten New Member

    I have been to the aquarium it is a nasty place. It is dirty crowded and it smells. I hated it there. I can't beleive any fish in there are alive with trash being littered everywhere and it's just disgusting.
     
  4. Randy Anderson

    Randy Anderson New Member

    The article doesn't specifically state that the whale sharks were, but most whales in captivity are rescued from other facilities or in the wild.

    If the animals are given sufficient space to promote their natural behaviour, captivity has its place as a vehicle to promote awareness and conservation.

    Where I get my back up is if I see a zoo or an aquarium that does not allow the animals to interact with each other, in a habitat size space AND/OR allows the public to interact in an unnatural way.
     
  5. Randy Anderson

    Randy Anderson New Member

    If this is indeed the case, we are once again failing the animal kingdom. Surprise surprise :roll: :evil:
     
  6. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

    What aquarium Drew? The aquariums in Omaha and Chicago are beautiful, clean and the animals appear to be thriving.
     
  7. Drew

    Drew Well-Known Member War Zone Member Top Poster

    This is in Atlanta though, so.... ya know.
     
  8. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

    Check yer fishin' pole at da door.
     
  9. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

    A necropsy? Does autopsy only apply to certain species (or just humans even)? What about postmortem?

    Wait, I just read this...
    Well, I'm pretty sure I can tell them the cause of death.
     
  10. Erik

    Erik Member War Zone Member

    I have been there twice, and don't recall trash or nasty smells(aside from fish smelling nasty by nature). Maybe the trash and smell was from those damn teenagers. :D
     
  11. Drew

    Drew Well-Known Member War Zone Member Top Poster


    BWAHAHAHAAHA
     
  12. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

    Seriously, if they euthanized the other one, there's your link. I swear, people from Georgia...
     
  13. Dan Driscoll

    Dan Driscoll HTT Refugee Donor War Zone Member

    Autopsy is specific to humans, necropsy when referring to any other animal. Post-mortem is a general term referring to anything that happens to a body after death, human or animal. It may be an autopsy or necropsy, it could also be mutilation, i.e., "The body was mutilated post-mortem.".
     
  14. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

    Thanks.
     
  15. Chris White

    Chris White New Member

    How big a toilet does it take to flush a fish that big??
     

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