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Animal Acts / SeaWorld Attack / Sanctuary / Hanna Interview #960290

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 02, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How SeaWorld is reviewing its policies after a killer whale killed trainer Dawn Brancheau last week noted.

(Murchinson, Texas: Gary Tuchman) What happens to retired animals featured; scenes shown from the Humane Society's wild animal sanctuary in Texas: an elephant, a horse, a one-armed boxing kangaroo. [Black Beauty Ranch Diane MILLER†- says we provide permanent sanctuary for animals; adds sea animals are also wild animals performing in an unnatural situation.] [Curator of zoological operations for SeaWorld Chuck TOMPKINS†- defends the treatment of performing animals.] [Former SeaWorld scientist John HALL†- comments on the whales.] [Former Greenville zoo assistant director Richard FARINATO†- talks about a white tiger.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Columbus Zoo's Jack Hanna about animals & SeaWorld. [HANNA - talks about the animals in roadside attractions versus the zoological world; defends the educational & rehabilitation value of SeaWorld & zoos.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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