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Lolita Is Retired

Lolita Is Retired

Yesterday we all found out that the Miami Seaquarium retired Lolita from performing and entertaining. The Dolphin Company that has taken over the Seaquarium where Lolita has been in captivity for the last 51 years, listened to the public outcries of citizens everywhere after Lolita developed pneumonia over the past few weeks. The USDA made their final assessment. Activists need to make sure their voices are heard. It is important to stand up for what you believe in even if it is unpopular. Lolita needs to be moved to Puget Sound where her family resides.
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