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QLD’s $100 million new aquarium has just made a big promise…
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Collage of suffering dolphins.
Dolphin captivity – on the way out.
Dear Nancy,

Today we received some good news. Brisbane’s $100 million new project,
QLD Aquarium, has formally pledged not to exhibit captive dolphins.
 
Or dugongs, or seals, or whale sharks, or any large marine mammals, for that matter.
 
Thank you so much to all the passionate, animal loving people who signed the petition. And the 1,800+ people who wrote to the aquarium directly, urging it not to keep marine mammals suffering in tiny tanks for entertainment. 
 
Click here to defend dolphins
It's great to see Queensland Maritime Museum listen to community concerns and join the growing number of companies who recognise dolphins do not belong in captivity.

We would also like to say a massive thank you to Black Cove and Jonathan Sri, Member for Woolloonbagga, for campaigning on this issue to protect dolphins and marine mammals.

Nancy, it’s because of people like you signing petitions, sharing on social media, and spreading the word that QLD Aquarium was able to see just how much public opposition there is to dolphin captivity.

Will you help build on this momentum and end the cruel dolphin captivity industry for good, by signing up as a member of AFD's Dolphin Defender team?
Please click here to keep fighting
Your support can help spare dolphins from suffering and death in tiny, concrete swimming pools.
 
It's wins like this that make me believe we are winning the battle against captive dolphin cruelty. And I can’t thank you enough for fighting to build a kinder world – one where all dolphins swim free in the ocean.
 
Yours in gratitude,

Sarah.
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