SeaWorld Uses Benzodiazepines to Control Killer Whales


The Daily Beast dives into the debate over SeaWorld’s use of benzoiazepines to stop their killer whales from “acting aggressively toward each other in the stressful, frustrating conditions in which they’re confined.” SeaWorld has faced widespread criticism for the treatment of its whales, as well as for an incident in which a whale that killed three trainers.

SeaWorld Whales Use Benzodiazepine (The Daily Beast)

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