Less parking for the people, more area for animals to swim in at SeaWorld have.
SeaWorld is a fun attraction to take your family and friends, but do we really know how much space the orcas have to swim around in vs. the amount of parking SeaWorld has? Orcas suffer in cramped unnatural living conditions such as there tank size. Orcas in the wild swim up to 100 miles a day. They would need to swim 1,208 laps (around the perimeter of the tank) or 3,105 lengths (back and fourth of the longest part of the tank) this would be equal to what they swim in the wild each day. Orcas spend most of their time floating at the surface of the water with little to no shade from the hot sun at SeaWorld. Orcas in the wild spend 95 percent of their time submerged and would find shade in the depths of the ocean. SeaWorlds tanks are to shallow for the orcas. Now let's talk about more parking for the people to come vist this attraction then the size of the tanks the orcas live and preform in. The parking lot takes up a greater amount than the orcas tanks do. This should be the other way around. SeaWorld needs to make a change, bigger tanks for the orcas and less parking. Orcas have feelings to! SeaWorld should have the right amount of tank size for their orcas! This is important to me because it's not right for the animals to be living in a tank that is not their size it's cruel for them to be living like that. How would you like living in something that feels like the size of the bathtub?!