Denise McIntyre - PADI MSDT 359363 & SSI AOWI 76906

Scuba Instructor

Denise A. McIntyre

PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer #359363
SSI Advanced Open Water Instructor #76906
Emergency First Response Instructor


Denise A. McIntyre

Currently based in Khao Lak, Thailand, working at Wicked Diving Thailand.

PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer #359363
EFR Instructor
SSI Advanced Open Water Instructor #76906

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Regrann from @oceanicpreservationsociety - 😱 This is beyond despicable and demeaning. A video went viral in China of a female trainer applying lipstick onto a beluga held captive at Sun Asia Ocean World and Polar World in Dalian, China. After many Chinese viewers expressed concern for the lipstick’s chemicals potentially harming the whale, the marine park publicly apologized. Though I doubt the makeup will negatively impact the beluga, this action goes to show how little respect humans in general have for wildlife. This animal who was once swimming free in the Arctic has literally been reduced to a clown for cheap entertainment. . As mentioned in our previous post, cetacean captivity is quickly growing in Eastern Asia. Aquariums are filling their tanks with belugas and orcas captured in Russia and other toothed whale species caught in the infamous dolphin drives and slaughters in Taiji, Japan. Educate yourself on these horrifying hidden secrets by watching the documentaries “Born To Be Free” (Russia’s beluga captures) and “The Cove” (Japan’s dolphin captures). You can find these informative films on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, iTunes, and YouTube. This current capture boom is a direct effect of cetacean captivity in the USA, Canada, and Europe. . End the demand; end captivity. Tell everyone you know why they shouldn’t support the public display of these animals. *Racist remarks of any kind will NOT be tolerated. Caption: @sevenseasoffreedom - #regrann
10 months ago