Funny How Many Gallons For An Orca?

mollybabes
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I just wanted your opinions on how many gallons an Orca would need.
(Please note I am not going to get an Orca, only Seaworld kidnaps them and shoves them in tiny tanks)
 
Bryangar
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Haven’t heard that before.
 
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mollybabes
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bryangar said:
Haven’t heard that before.
How many gallons would you put it in?
 
Platylover
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264,000,000,000
 
Kathryn Crook
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A 10 gallon will do I think. Their dorsal fin does bend. Just ask Seaworld.
 
LeahsTank
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Kathryn Crook said:
A 10 gallon will do I think. Their dorsal fin does bend. Just ask Seaworld.
I believe common thinking is that only bettas should be kept in a 10 gallon. I think a 20 gallon, minimum.
 
Nikki2577
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Kathryn Crook said:
A 10 gallon will do I think. Their dorsal fin does bend. Just ask Seaworld.
You crack me up constantly! Lol
 
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mollybabes
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Kathryn Crook said:
A 10 gallon will do I think. Their dorsal fin does bend. Just ask Seaworld.
Seaworld
I could rant and rave and scream and shout about that animal torture chamber all day.
8 metre long tank just to get it in. It's okay if it doesn't move.
 
david1978
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Well here's what the law says.
 
Feohw
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LeahsTank said:
I believe common thinking is that only betas should,be kept in a 10 gallon. I think a 20 gallon, minimum.
I actually think 20 gallons is a bit excessive for a single orca. Save the 20 for the betta, he might eventually outgrow it.
 
fish 321
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LeahsTank said:
I believe common thinking is that only bettas should,be kept in a 10 gallon. I think a 20 gallon, minimum.
Remember orcas like to be in pods so I would do a 55 gallon for 3 orcas.
 
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mollybabes
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86 ssinit
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What kind of filter would you need for that 20?
 
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mollybabes
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And don't forget to feed them the people that train them.
They enjoy eating them the most.
And they deserve it for torturing the poor orcas
 
Kathryn Crook
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mollybabes said:
Utter rubbish
The laws were created by The Onion.
 
Feohw
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mollybabes
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Hey guys,

Theres this massive tank where orcas are happy and can move.
Its called the Ocean/ sea/ Not seaworld.
 
Quiche
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352,670,000,000,000,000,000 sounds like a good number!
 
fish 321
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mollybabes said:
Hey guys,

Theres this massive tank where orcas are happy and can move.
Its called the Ocean/ sea/ Not seaworld.
I know I have seen them in the wild and just can not imagine putting such a big creature in a small tank compared to the ocean.
 
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mollybabes
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fish 321 said:
I know I have seen them in the wild and just can not imagine putting such a big creature in a small tank compared to the ocean.
I've seen them on TV. They are my favourite animal along with Stags.
I know they tried to make it better by saying they would stop the breeding programme.
Yeah the breeding programme, not the kidnapping innocent babies and torture programme.
 
86 ssinit
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I’m thinking I’m going to need a sump,protein skimmer and a uv steralizer. Not to mention the live fish to feed him. Now that’s all ok but the splash he’s gonna make catching those fish is gonna soak the floor. So I’m out .
 
Kathryn Crook
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mollybabes said:
Hey guys,

Theres this massive tank where orcas are happy and can move.
Its called the Ocean/ sea/ Not seaworld.
Yeah, we know.
 
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mollybabes
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Don't forget to feed them only if they do a trick
 
CandyCane701
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There was a news story several years back where SeaWorld was facing some serious trouble for what they'd been claiming the orca's lifespans were. I don't remember what they claimed it was, but their orcas all die around age 14. The news story was about how an orca that had been previously tagged had been spotted, and it was like triple the max age that SeaWorld claimed they live to be. Apparently not a lot happened though because they still have orcas. I tried finding the story to share it, but no luck.
 
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mollybabes
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CandyCane701 said:
There was a news story several years back where SeaWorld was facing some serious trouble for what they'd been claiming the orca's lifespans were. I don't remember what they claimed it was, but their orcas all die around age 14. The news story was about how an orca that had been previously tagged had been spotted, and it was like triple the max age that SeaWorld claimed they live to be. Apparently not a lot happened though because they still have orcas. I tried finding the story to share it, but no luck.
Probably got deleted.
I really hate that they lie to visitors.
 
CandyCane701
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I found it. I was a little rusty on the details.

 
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mollybabes
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I'll read it tomorrow, just realised how late it is
 

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