Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Proof Once Again: Chinese Most Evil in the World: Take Photo with Dying Dolphin While Laughing

No surprise to me.  The Chinese care nothing about animal cruelty.  For some reason they have massive egos that lead to small hearts.  This photo is just another form of proof. I posted in the text of the story below, but you can view the story at: http://gawker.com/chinese-tourists-snap-selfies-with-dying-dolphin-514264840?utm_campaign=socialflow_gawker_facebook&utm_source=gawker_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

Very telling too, is this line at the end of the story:  “The tourists have yet to be identified in the press, but it will unlikely lead to any charges as China does not currently have any laws on the books that protect non-endangered species.”








Chinese Tourists Snap Selfies with Dying Dolphin

Tourists who stumbled onto a gravely injured dolphin while swimming off the coast of Sanya City in the Chinese province of Hainan are being blasted on local social networks for manhandling the distressed animal and posing with it for pictures in lieu of alerting wildlife authorities.

The dolphin later died of "excessive bleeding" at a nearby marine park, according to Shanghai Daily.

Experts believe the dolphin may have collided with a fishing boat, as evidenced by the injury to its tail.

A group of men who found the stranded dolphin proceeded to lift it out of the water and take photos of themselves, which were later posted to the microblogging service Sina Weibo.

Users were outraged, saying the photos, exhibiting a basic disregard for life, shook their faith in China.

One user, who noted that dolphins were highly evolved mammals with "an IQ only a little lower than humans," contrasted that by saying the "people in the pictures are worse than pigs."


The tourists have yet to be identified in the press, but it will unlikely lead to any charges as China does not currently have any laws on the books that protect non-endangered species.

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