Why should whales not be kept in captivity?
Whales definitely should not be kept in captivity when there is more than one. Often times they get into fights. Where can they swim away to if they are in a tank. On the other hand whales alone or in a group usually suffer from physiological effects and their life span is shorter by about 10 years.
Here are some facts about whales that are kept in captivity The most common named whale known in captivity is the killer whale (even though it's a dolphin, so it's not a whale but when whales are mentioned in captivity, the first though is killer whales) It's a known fact that some whale species kept in captivity survives around half of their life compare to if they just lived in the wild Sometimes whales are…
THEY CERTAINLY SHOULD NOT BE!!! do not delete answers, just add on please. i think tigers should be kept in captivity because they have a safe place to live and have few to none risk's of being harmed. they get supplied water, food, and the love from the zoo keeper's or nature preserves they live in. therefor, i think tigers SHOULD be kept in captivity. my theory has come to a end.