In this video, Long Gone Wild focuses on the plight of captive orcas, picking up where the acclaimed documentary Blackfish left off while telling a new and different story. The film was released on July 17, depicting the trade in wild-caught orcas, and focuses on the controversy regarding confining cetaceans in concrete tanks in marine theme parks.
The short film, produced by the Port of Vancouver, gives an insight into one of the key sustainability projects that the port has initiated in a bid to protect the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales that inhabit the waters off British Columbia.
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