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PAOV — Over 194,000 people around the world continue to call on MarineLand to release Kiska, Canada’s last captive orca, into the care of a whale sanctuary. Kiska was captured near Iceland at three years old and has been in captivity for over 40 years. She has given birth five times at MarineLand - none of her calves survived, so Kiska has spent the last decade alone in her enclosure. Join the hundreds of thousands of people calling for Kiska’s release, and sign the petition now.

Free Kiska, the Last Orca Held in Captivity in Canada

195,870 have signed Molly McKinney’s petition. Let’s get to 200,000!

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Kiska is the last captive orca to be held in a Canadian facility in Marineland, Ontario.

Kiska was captured almost 40 years ago off the coast of Iceland and is currently living alone in Marineland. The negative developmental effects of orcas in captivity have lead to a deterioration in their mental and physical well being. Captivity has left these animals without the skills they need to survive in the open ocean. By taking action and placing Kiska into an appropriate facility, such as a whale sanctuary, she can begin to acclimate to the wild and live a more natural and healthy life.

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