ACRES held a sell-out exclusive screening of the movie, Blackfish, on 26 August 2014. Now, meet a former Seaworld trainer and Marine Mammal Expert in this Blackfish Meet-And-Greet organised specially for you, at your request.
Instead of celebrating Halloween this year in yet another mock-up horror setting, join us for an ALTERNATIVE Halloween! Vicariously experience the REAL horrors of a dolphin's life in captivity from those who have seen, heard, and lived with these intelligent animals. Ask any question you want to be convinced. Make your own decision if dolphins should continue being kept in captivity.
Let this not be just another fancy, forgettable Halloween. Do something MEANINGFUL this year, which may change your life and those of our animal friends. Start by joining this movement on Twitter @saddestdolphins, Facebook Facebook, and log onto Website.
Tickets are priced at only $22, and $20 for the first 100 tickets. Share this event and get 10% off the ticket price. If you are purchasing more than 1 ticket, insert the names and email addresses of the attendees in the form provided, and gift it to them in order for each individual to receive a QR code.
All proceeds from ticket sales will be given to a local wildlife charity, ACRES (Animal Concerns Research and Education Society).
To know how to watch Blackfish, the movie, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ACRES conducts periodic, scientific investigations into the welfare of animals in zoos and marine parks throughout Asia for the purpose of raising the standards of captive environments across the region. Their work has led to improved welfare standards at zoos in Singapore, Malaysia and Japan.
Within Singapore, they rescue an average of about 1,000 distressed, injured, displaced, abandoned, and abused wild animals in a year. The ACRES Wildlife Rescue Hotline (+65 9783 7782) operates 24 hours each day, every day. Non-native animals - victims of the illegal wildlife trade - and injured animals are treated and rehabilitated in the ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre (AWRC). The AWRC houses about 150 animals todate. Some await repatriation to their countries of origin for a second chance of life in the wild.