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Cruelty to animals led to the dolphins death
22.06.2009 10:55
Cruelty to animals led to the dolphins death

On Friday a performing dolphin died by hunger in Moscow dolphinarium. This happening took air by the head veterinary of Pervomaysky region. She stated that the animal died because of the nonprofessional work of the new owner of the dolphinarium. After the animals had changed their owner, all the trainers refused to work with the new head and left the dolphinarium. The head of the company took new nonprofessional stuff, but they could not continue the performances the dolphins did not obey them.
      Then the stuff used cruel measures to make animals obey they did not feed dolphins. The dolphins did not get veterinary help. Thus the dolphins became emaciated and one of them died by hunger two days ago.
      The police is investigation the details of the accident.


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