Captivity of whales, dolphins targeted by Senate bill

The more we learn, the more we realize - a "sea" park is not the place for these. It's like if you had to live your life in a closet, alone, and had to do tricks for a creature with whom you cannot communicate. 

“The science is clear that cetaceans are deeply sensitive, social animals and that maintaining them in captivity can never replicate nature.”

Phil Demers, a former trainer at Marineland, who has accused the park of mistreating animals, said in a statement that the bill is long overdue.