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A farewell to flippers?


As of May 5, 2018, the local government in Mexico City has prohibited attractions with dolphins in water parks. For now the decision only affects parks in the capital, but could be extended to the rest of the country, which has the largest number of dolphinariums in Latin America. The conflict between dolphinarium owners and pro-animal rights political parties is intense. Astrid González Nariño reports In August of 2017, the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City unanimously approved the prohibition of shows with marine mammals, as well as management, training, entertainment and therapies, especially with dolphins and sea lions, and established May 5 as deadline to end these practices.


They determined that those who fail to comply with this


regulation will have to pay high fines that can reach US $15,000. The use of marine mammals can not be done in private or travelling shows, as established by the regulations published in the Official Gazette of the city. Animal Heroes, the organization that has led the campaign against keeping the animals captive, is determined that the ban be extended to the federal level - that is, that it apply to the entire Mexican territory. Animal Heroes maintains that in captivity dolphins suffer abuse, having to repeat tricks up to 60 times in a single day and that the young are separated from their mothers before 18 months, when in the wild they live with their mothers until they are four years old. They highlight that they live in tiny


Adiós a los delfinarios en México?


El gobierno local de Ciudad de México prohibió, a partir del 5 de mayo de 2018, los espectáculos con delfines en los parques acuáticos. Esta es una decisión que, por ahora, afecta a los parques de la capital mexicana pero que podría extenderse al país que cuenta con el mayor número de delfinarios de América Latina. La controversia entre los propietarios de los


delfinarios y los partidos políticos que defienden la vida animal es intensa. Astrid González Nariño informa.


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Práctica prohibida En agosto de 2017, la Asamblea Legislativa de Ciudad de México aprobó, por unanimidad, la prohibición de espectáculos con mamíferos marinos, así como el manejo, adiestramiento, entretenimiento y terapias, especialmente con delfines y lobos marinos, y estableció el 5 de mayo como fecha límite para acabar con estas prácticas. De igual manera, determinó que quienes incumplan


con esta regulación tendrán que pagar elevadas multas que pueden llegar a los US$15 mil.


JUNE 2018


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