Rest In Peace “Alia” Another Dolphin Dies In Captivity at Dolphinaris Arizona

WAN is saddened to announce the passing of “Alia,” the second bottlenose Dolphin in less than a year to die at Dolphinaris Arizona.

The exact cause of death has not been determined.

A 7-year-old bottlenose dolphin named Bodie died on Sep 23rd of last year. The dolphin passed away from a rare muscle disease.

Both dolphins lived a life in captivity, far away from their ocean homes none the less.

You can help END captivity by not purchasing a ticket!

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