Thank you so much! I appreciate the support and I’m glad it got someone else thinking besides me! It takes a lot of time to make these things and with college I’m not sure when I’ll find that time but messages like these really get me motivated to keep working and, again, I appreciate them a lot!
For one, they definitely have room in San Antonio, they have room in Orlando if they fill in the lake and there is plenty of uninhabited land around San Diego that could be used.
If new shamu stadiums were built in different areas, where they put the whales wouldn’t be a problem. If it was built over where shamu stadium currently is, they could build in stages, which I kind of made a graphic on.
really? I was always told and always thought that SeaWorld, or most marine parks like SeaWorld, uses chlorinated water. people reported smelling the chlorine because it was so strong and some animals eyes were damaged due to the chemicals. I’m not sure which places these are, I’m not that great with remembering things like that, but I do remember reading articles and posts about it. does anyone else know?
I’m sure you have seen a few of our answers on other posts, but just in case you didn’t, San Diego uses natural ocean water (located on the bay/beach so there is easy access) and San Antonio and Orlando use a form of synthetic salt water. The water is filtered using ozone!
I want y’all to know I desperately want to respond to your posts but I have been sitting in 90 degree heat for 48 hours and I CANNOT THINK STRAIGHT