30 May '14, 7pm

If dolphins were meant to fly they would have wings. Why did ANY vet approve this??! #rwsdolphins

UPDATED (23 November 2012 9:15am. Corrects time of dolphin's death) A bottlenose dolphin bound for Resorts World Sentosa 's (RWS) Marine Life Park (MLP) died before arriving in Singapore on Thursday. Wen Wen, a male dolphin estimated to be ten years old, died suddenly less than an hour before his flight landed in Singapore from the Philippines where it had been kept in captivity for training purposes for four years. Two marine mammal veterinarians and eight marine mammal specialists were accompanying Wen Wen, who was among the 11 dolphins on the flight. They responded with emergency medical treatment, said the Park in a statement. No medical results or behavioural observations indicated that Wen Wen was in a compromised condition to make the journey. "A necropsy was performed this morning in the presence of Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) officers. Over...

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