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The company pointed out in a press release that whilst the legislation is local to Mexico City, "this legislation invades the Federation's own faculties, for which it breaks the federal pact and will hardly be sustained before the Judicial Power." They also indicated that in the last six months, similar laws have been reversed in countries such as France, Italy, Holland and the US state of Hawaii, because it was shown that the arguments and technical opinions that support them are partial and fail to comply with due process.


Dolphin therapy For some experts, dolphin therapy it is a form of alternative therapy for patients with autism or other cognitive development disorders. In this type of therapy, patients swim in a pool with dolphins, with the help of their dolphin therapist. It is often given to children with mental or physical illnesses, but it is also used as therapy for adults, especially those with injuries, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Many therapists believe that dolphin therapy is beneficial


for patients, but others do not agree. Research on the effectiveness of dolphin therapy has shown benefits for children with disabilities, but dissenting researchers argue that existing studies are not current, inconclusive, or defective.


The consensus


The debate is at a high point, and both businessmen and animal defenders are bent on defending their points of view. The owners of dolphinariums seek not only to eliminate the regulation, but also to prevent it from being applied to the whole country. Meanwhile, animal rights movements want to develop a


federal strategy through the ‘Save the Dolphins campaign, which they propose to develop in three stages: Firstly, stopping legislative projects that seek to reproduce more than 200 dolphins and protect the dolphinarium industry for at least another 80 years. Secondly, reform the General Wildlife Law to prohibit the reproduction of dolphins in captivity, capture them and improve their welfare standards while they live there. And finally, to promote and support plans to build sanctuaries, ensuring there is a place for retired dolphins to live in peace. For now, however, May 4, 2018 will be remembered as the date of the last dolphin show in Mexico City.


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Muchos expertos creen que la terapia con delfines es


beneficiosa para los pacientes, pero otros no están de acuerdo. La investigación sobre la eficacia de la terapia con delfines ha demostrado beneficios para los niños con discapacidades, pero los investigadores disidentes argumentan que los estudios existentes no están actualizados, no son concluyentes, o son defectuosos.


El futuro La controversia está en un punto álgido, y tanto empresarios como los defensores de los animales están empeñados en defender sus puntos de vista. Los dueños de los delfinarios buscan no solo eliminar la reglamentación, sino también impedir que se aplique a todo el país. Entre tanto, los movimientos animalistas quieren


desarrollar una estrategia de alcance federal, a través de la campaña “Salvemos a los delfines”, que proponen desarrollar en tres etapas: 1. Detener los proyectos legislativos que buscan reproducir a más de 200 delfines y proteger la industria de los delfinarios por lo menos durante otros 80 años; 2. Reformar la Ley General de Vida Silvestre para prohibir la reproducción de delfines en cautiverio, su captura y mejorar sus normas de bienestar mientras vivan ahí, y 3. Promover y apoyar los planes para construir santuarios, asegurando que haya un lugar para que los delfines retirados vivan en paz. Por ahora, el 4 de mayo de 2018 se recordará como la fecha de la última función de los delfines en Ciudad de México.


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