Rights that shouldn’t be taken from cetaceans, considering their extreme intelligence and complexity:
1. The right to swim in a straight line as long as they want
2. The right to stay with their family groups
3. The right to breed naturally, and only between their sub-species
4. The right to hunt for foot, something that orcas get genuine pleasure and stimulation from
5. The right to live in an ever changing environment.
6. The right to dive underwater to as deep as they want (sometimes up to 100+ feet)
Considering these very basic rights that all cetaceans deserve, how could anyone justify captivity? It’s beyond me.