SeaWorld delighted to win ‘Happiest Whales’ competition for 75th year running
Family fun giants SeaWorld are ‘absolutely amazed’ to win the coveted ‘Happiest Whales 2013′ competition, as voted for by the public. They received staunch competition from such attractions as ‘The Pacific Ocean’ and of course, ‘The Arctic Ocean’, but SeaWorld won the vote by an incredible 104%. In a press conference given earlier today, competition organiser, Andrew Johnson of SeaCompetions Org said ‘It just goes to show how happy our Whales are. They’re too happy, if anything’.
In a further statement, independent scientist and renowned Whale-whisperer Andrew Johnson of SeaScience org said that many of the SeaWorld Whales have described their tank as ‘homey’. The previously popular view that Whales would prefer to live in the wild has been proven to be a thing of the past. Johnson continues ‘These Whales are free to leave the tank and return to the horrible cold sea anytime they like, and as yet not one of our Whales has done so.’ A member of the public, picked at random by SeaWorld, Andrew Johnson described the Whales as ‘the happiest Whales I’ve ever seen’. SeaWorld keep their fingers crossed for next year’s vote.
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Posted: Jan 28th, 2014 by Guest
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