Killer whale ‚Lolita‘ freed after 50 years

It has been announced that the 56-year-old killer whale Lolita, which was found in a water park in the US state of Florida, will be released into its natural habitat, the Pacific Ocean, within two years after being in captivity for more than 50 years. Preparations will be made for about 2 years for Lolita to be released to her natural environment after this long captivity.

Miami Seaquarium, the water park in Florida where Lolita is located, and the non-governmental organization Lolita’s Friends made a statement recently.
The statement announced that an agreement had been reached for the release of Lolita, 56, who was brought to the water park in 1970 and performed there for years.
It was stated that Lolita, also known as Toki and Tokitae, is one of the old killer whales in captivity and it will take time to return to its natural environment because it has lived in a water tank for many years.
Dolphin Company, which bought Miami Seaquarium last year, stated that for the first time in history, a private company that manages a water park will make an agreement with a non-governmental organization working for animal welfare and work to return Lolita to its natural environment.
It was noted that Lolita will gain some skills, such as teaching how to fish, so that she can be fed in her natural environment in a period of 18 to 24 months, and in this process, she will be prepared for her natural environment.

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Source Link: NTV/TRT

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Lolita, a 56-year-old killer whale, will be released into the Pacific Ocean within the next two years, after living in captivity for more than 50 years in a water park in Florida. The Miami Seaquarium, where Lolita has performed for years, reached an agreement with non-governmental organization, Lolita’s Friends, for the release. Due to her long captivity, it will take about two years to prepare her for her natural environment, including teaching her how to fish. This release marks the first time a private company managing a water park has made an agreement with an animal welfare organization for the release of a captive animal.

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