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The Twitterverse is alive with activists raising awareness and expressing their compassion for captive cetaceans.
Take a look at our Twitter feed to see what we mean.
We have over 1300 active and supportive followers, most of whom are people and organizations working to raise awareness and combat this kind of cruelty.
We have an active community page on Facebook.
1035 likes including 89 likes this week alone shows us that Facebook users aren’t shy about putting their face on this issue too. Even while the Vancouver Aquarium tries to censor our film crying “copyright infringement” to Vimeo, on content clearly covered by documentary filmmakers’ “fair use” policies, the worldwide movement and the local Canadian movement to #endcaptivity and cruelty for all cetaceans is gaining more momentum than ever.
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