How Many Gallons For An Orca? Funny 

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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)
 

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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.
 
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Kathryn Crook said:
A 10 gallon will do I think. Their dorsal fin does bend. Just ask Seaworld.
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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 doesnt move.
 

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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.
 

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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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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
 
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Hey guys,

Theres this massive tank where orcas are happy and can move.
Its called the Ocean/ sea/ Not seaworld.
 

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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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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.
 
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