How is this process allowed or encouraged at SeaWorld when they are kept in a concrete pool? Each animal enclosure needs to be updated to meet the specific necessities of each animal. One risk posed by the current habitat for killer whales, is how long these animals spend at the surface in captivity. The whales can become sun burned and two killer whales have died from being bitten by a mosquito (Lewis, 2013). This is unheard of in the wild because the killer whales are able to swim away from pests such as mosquitos.
There have been multiple incidents at SeaWorld when killer whales have attacked people. The most popular killer whale attack is the death of Dawn Brancheau by Tilikum, the largest male orca captive at SeaWorld Orlando. This was just one out of three deaths that Tilikum was involved in. He also played a part in the deaths of trainer, Keltie Lee Byrne, and park visitor Daniel Dukes. An autopsy completed by Dr. Joshua Stephany, a medical examiner, determined the injuries Brancheau had sustained after Tilikum had pulled her into the pool.
Halloween of 2003 when the surfer was thirteen everything changed. “While surfing the North Shore of her hometown Kauai, Hawaii, a 14 foot tiger shark severed her left arm just below the shoulder” (Viti). Hamilton remained calm and managed to get closer to shore to receive help. “On the beach, Blanchard used a surfboard leash as a tourniquet, which probably saved her life”(Shark Takes). He wrapped her arm to hold as much of her blood in as possible.
Thus as the blackfish killed his brothers for their treachery the townspeople began to fear this being of the sea; however “as the blackfish continued to help the villagers, they realized that the "Killer Whale" was a gift from Natsilane and so they took it for their crest. Natsilane became a legend to their village and some have claimed to have seen him riding the seas on the backs of two great black fish”(Legend of Natsilane). By making the the killer whale the Crest of the town, it illustrates that man values or worships
Towards the end of the novel, Life of Pi by Yann Martel, Pi’s faith and hope is shown. His faith and hope contributed to his survival. Pi gave two versions of a story on how he survived 227 days stranded on a lifeboat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean along with a bengal tiger named Richard Parker accompanying him. Through the use of his extreme detail, Pi created a very vivid and amazing story about his persistence to keep faith even in the face of death. The “better story” between the two told to the Japanese men from the Maritime Department in the Japanese Ministry of Transport, Mr.Okamoto and Mr.Chiba was created by revealing Pi’s belief in God.
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When they meet God Lowa decided to create another man to place the islands in order. Then God Lowa sent down two more men and they were tasked to tattoo all the creatures in the world. All the animals and humans had to go the Island of Ai-Ling-Lap-Lap. There was one case where a canoe full of animals and humans heading to Ai-Ling-Lap-Lap capsized on the island reef all the animals had to swim to the island but, rat was a bad swimmer and was struggling to swim to the island so octopus came out from the ocean and helped rat. When rat jumped off octopus he told octopus he pooped on his head!
Members of the Sharkism religion pray by facing and, at appropriate times, bowing to the fin of a Great White Shark. A fin that is displayed on the central altar of a Sharkism temple is embalmed and preserved according to Sharkism religious practices remains ritually pure for about a year. After the year has passed, the previous fin must be replaced by a new fin in the same manner. Due to the Great White Shark being an endangered animal species, the state of New Jersey had enacted a statute known as the Great White Shark Act. The statute made it a crime--punishable by a $5,000 fine and/or up to one year in prison--to purchase, sell, or possess a Great White Shark or any body part thereof.
An animal? Gliding towards the object full of curiosity; eventually getting closer, one notices that it is a small sea turtle, desperately trying to free it’s left leg from a plastic 6-pack soda ring. How could someone do this to such a harmless and innocent creature? This is just one of the torturing incidents that many marine animals have to deal with. Ocean pollution is the culprit of hundreds of deaths to marine animals and plants because of human negligence to the ocean.
During the trip, however, the Tsimtsum crosses path with a massive storm and begins sinking. The crew members throw Pi overboard, but Pi, amidst the chaos, miraculously is able to board a lifeboat. From the lifeboat, Pi sees “the ship [sinking, making] a sound like a monstrous metallic burp” (Martel 97). Pi witnesses his whole life and family sink into the great depths of the Pacific ocean before his eyes. This traumatic event scars Pi mentally with an unhealable wound.Very much like an archetypal hero, Pi leaves his familiar world and crosses the threshold into a foreign world as he prepares for his strength of will to be tested.