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In this essay, Tim Zimmerman admits,"There's a lot of criticism back and forth between SeaWorld and the hard-marine science community, but there's no question that SeaWorld's close contact with killer whales over the course of decades has contributed to the world's knowledge of them" (344). Later, he quotes the president of the Ocean Futures Society, who said, "Maybe we have learned all we can from keeping them (killer whales) captive?" (349)
Start the discussion off by considering the price we are willing to pay for scientific discovery? Is it worth it? When is it reasonable to say enough is enough?
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