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Explore laurabinsfeld's Instagram Another year has past, and now you're both gone but, your legacies will live FOREVER. 🐳💙#dawnbrancheau #tilly #tilikum #seaworldsucks #wildandfree 1457750381366207795_289942712

Another year has past, and now you're both gone but, your legacies will live FOREVER. 🐳💙 #dawnbrancheau #tilly #tilikum #seaworldsucks #wildandfree

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Explore sarahlouloulawl's Instagram Benjamin Francis Leftwich....one of the best performers I've ever had the fortune of being able to see live. Mesmerizing is an understatement #benjaminfrancisleftwich #tilikum 1457724901136849306_548089453

Benjamin Francis Leftwich....one of the best performers I've ever had the fortune of being able to see live. Mesmerizing is an understatement #benjaminfrancisleftwich #tilikum

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Explore roxeye's Instagram Watching @blackfish_movie today 😭 R.I.P. Tilikum xxx #tilikum #shutdownseaworld #😭 🐬🐳🐋🦈 one day I'm gonna see these amazing creatures in the wild - we are called to steward...he died this year and I cried - we have to do better! 1457710477512860496_23768917

Watching @blackfish_movie today 😭 R.I.P. Tilikum xxx #tilikum #shutdownseaworld #😭🐬🐳🐋🦈 one day I'm gonna see these amazing creatures in the wild - we are called to steward...he died this year and I cried - we have to do better!

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Explore thatryanlife's Instagram The Tilikum Crossing looked gorgeous tonight! #portland #oregon #nofilter #tilikum #trimet 1457704085871815193_19277533

The Tilikum Crossing looked gorgeous tonight! #portland #oregon #nofilter #tilikum #trimet

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Explore samoftheparks's Instagram Can't believe that it's been seven years since the world lost a beautiful soul 😓 #RIPDawnBrancheau 1457689322073673315_3227473311

Can't believe that it's been seven years since the world lost a beautiful soul 😓 #ripdawnbrancheau

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Explore empty_thetanks's Instagram Today, 24th February 2017, marks 7 years since Dawn Brancheau's death. May she rip. She had an amazing connection with these animals, but captivity proved to horrible for Tilikum. If it hadn't been for seaworld, this would never had happened... #rip #dawnbrancheau #tilikum #riptilikum 1457566520921080980_3086623502

Today, 24th February 2017, marks 7 years since Dawn Brancheau's death. May she rip. She had an amazing connection with these animals, but captivity proved to horrible for Tilikum. If it hadn't been for seaworld, this would never had happened... #rip #dawnbrancheau #tilikum #riptilikum

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Explore cetaceaninspiration's Instagram Today, February 24th 2017, marks the 7th anniversary of Dawn Brancheau's death. May she rest in peace.
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After completing a Dine with Shamu show, Dawn Brancheau was conducting a 'relationship session' with Tilikum when the 12,000 pound bull orca dragged her into the water.
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Eyewitness accounts and the sheriff's investigative report make it clear that Brancheau fought hard. She was a strong swimmer, a dedicated workout enthusiast who ran marathons. She managed to break free and swim toward the surface, but Tilikum slammed into her. She tried again. This time he grabbed her. Her water shoes came off and floated to the surface. "He started pushing her with his nose like she was a toy," said Paula Gillespie, one of the visitors at the underwater window.
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Tilikum kept dragging Brancheau through the water, shaking her violently. Finally—now holding Brancheau by her arm—he was guided onto the medical lift. The floor was quickly raised. Even now, Tilikum refused to give her up. Trainers were forced to pry his jaws open. When they pulled Brancheau free, part of her arm came off in his mouth. Brancheau's colleagues carried her to the pool deck and cut her wetsuit away. She had no heartbeat. The paramedics went to work, attaching a defibrillator, but it was obvious she was gone. A sheet was pulled over her body. Tilikum had killed her.
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Her autopsy report confirmed her cause of death which was from drowning and blunt force trauma. It also revealed the horrific injuries Dawn sustained during the attack. Her scalp was completely torn off from her head, her spinal cord was severed along with her left arm below the shoulder. She had sustained fractures to her jawbone, ribs and cervical vertebra.
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Dawn was only 40 years old when she died. She became a victim of a victim, of the captive orca industry. She didn't deserve her death and she certainly wouldn't be lying in a cold grave if the oceans top predator had of been left alone in the ocean.
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Caption: @be_humane
Photo: Unknown 
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Today, February 24th 2017, marks the 7th anniversary of Dawn Brancheau's death. May she rest in peace. - After completing a Dine with Shamu show, Dawn Brancheau was conducting a 'relationship session' with Tilikum when the 12,000 pound bull orca dragged her into the water. - Eyewitness accounts and the sheriff's investigative report make it clear that Brancheau fought hard. She was a strong swimmer, a dedicated workout enthusiast who ran marathons. She managed to break free and swim toward the surface, but Tilikum slammed into her. She tried again. This time he grabbed her. Her water shoes came off and floated to the surface. "He started pushing her with his nose like she was a toy," said Paula Gillespie, one of the visitors at the underwater window. - Tilikum kept dragging Brancheau through the water, shaking her violently. Finally—now holding Brancheau by her arm—he was guided onto the medical lift. The floor was quickly raised. Even now, Tilikum refused to give her up. Trainers were forced to pry his jaws open. When they pulled Brancheau free, part of her arm came off in his mouth. Brancheau's colleagues carried her to the pool deck and cut her wetsuit away. She had no heartbeat. The paramedics went to work, attaching a defibrillator, but it was obvious she was gone. A sheet was pulled over her body. Tilikum had killed her. - Her autopsy report confirmed her cause of death which was from drowning and blunt force trauma. It also revealed the horrific injuries Dawn sustained during the attack. Her scalp was completely torn off from her head, her spinal cord was severed along with her left arm below the shoulder. She had sustained fractures to her jawbone, ribs and cervical vertebra. - Dawn was only 40 years old when she died. She became a victim of a victim, of the captive orca industry. She didn't deserve her death and she certainly wouldn't be lying in a cold grave if the oceans top predator had of been left alone in the ocean. - Caption: @be_humane Photo: Unknown Negative comments about Dawn will be removed.

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Explore set_seaworld_orcas_free's Instagram Today, February 24th 2017, marks the 7th anniversary of Dawn Brancheau's death. May she rest in peace.
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After completing a Dine with Shamu show, Dawn Brancheau was conducting a 'relationship session' with Tilikum when the 12,000 pound bull orca dragged her into the water.
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Eyewitness accounts and the sheriff's investigative report make it clear that Brancheau fought hard. She was a strong swimmer, a dedicated workout enthusiast who ran marathons. She managed to break free and swim toward the surface, but Tilikum slammed into her. She tried again. This time he grabbed her. Her water shoes came off and floated to the surface. "He started pushing her with his nose like she was a toy," said Paula Gillespie, one of the visitors at the underwater window.
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Tilikum kept dragging Brancheau through the water, shaking her violently. Finally—now holding Brancheau by her arm—he was guided onto the medical lift. The floor was quickly raised. Even now, Tilikum refused to give her up. Trainers were forced to pry his jaws open. When they pulled Brancheau free, part of her arm came off in his mouth. Brancheau's colleagues carried her to the pool deck and cut her wetsuit away. She had no heartbeat. The paramedics went to work, attaching a defibrillator, but it was obvious she was gone. A sheet was pulled over her body. Tilikum had killed her.
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Her autopsy report confirmed her cause of death which was from drowning and blunt force trauma. It also revealed the horrific injuries Dawn sustained during the attack. Her scalp was completely torn off from her head, her spinal cord was severed along with her left arm below the shoulder. She had sustained fractures to her jawbone, ribs and cervical vertebra.
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Dawn was only 40 years old when she died. She became a victim of a victim, of the captive orca industry. She didn't deserve her death and she certainly wouldn't be lying in a cold grave if the oceans top predator had of been left alone in the ocean.
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Caption: @be_humane
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Negative comments about Dawn will be removed. 1457557564890906397_1645738129

Today, February 24th 2017, marks the 7th anniversary of Dawn Brancheau's death. May she rest in peace. - After completing a Dine with Shamu show, Dawn Brancheau was conducting a 'relationship session' with Tilikum when the 12,000 pound bull orca dragged her into the water. - Eyewitness accounts and the sheriff's investigative report make it clear that Brancheau fought hard. She was a strong swimmer, a dedicated workout enthusiast who ran marathons. She managed to break free and swim toward the surface, but Tilikum slammed into her. She tried again. This time he grabbed her. Her water shoes came off and floated to the surface. "He started pushing her with his nose like she was a toy," said Paula Gillespie, one of the visitors at the underwater window. - Tilikum kept dragging Brancheau through the water, shaking her violently. Finally—now holding Brancheau by her arm—he was guided onto the medical lift. The floor was quickly raised. Even now, Tilikum refused to give her up. Trainers were forced to pry his jaws open. When they pulled Brancheau free, part of her arm came off in his mouth. Brancheau's colleagues carried her to the pool deck and cut her wetsuit away. She had no heartbeat. The paramedics went to work, attaching a defibrillator, but it was obvious she was gone. A sheet was pulled over her body. Tilikum had killed her. - Her autopsy report confirmed her cause of death which was from drowning and blunt force trauma. It also revealed the horrific injuries Dawn sustained during the attack. Her scalp was completely torn off from her head, her spinal cord was severed along with her left arm below the shoulder. She had sustained fractures to her jawbone, ribs and cervical vertebra. - Dawn was only 40 years old when she died. She became a victim of a victim, of the captive orca industry. She didn't deserve her death and she certainly wouldn't be lying in a cold grave if the oceans top predator had of been left alone in the ocean. - Caption: @be_humane - Negative comments about Dawn will be removed.

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Explore katutv's Instagram Awesome shot of the Tilikum Crossing in downtown Portland Thursday morning before sunrise. 📷by @photosbymikewarner 1457540294425083696_276524635

Awesome shot of the Tilikum Crossing in downtown Portland Thursday morning before sunrise. 📷by @photosbymikewarner

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Explore cetaceaninspiration's Instagram Today, it was announced that Chimelong Ocean Kingdom's wild-caught orcas have offically been put on display. There are five males and four females who range in age from 5 to 13 years old. The largest and eldest orca weighs four tons and measures 21 feet long. In comparison, Tilikum, the largest orca ever held in captvity, measured 22 feet long at 35 years old.
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The animals recieve around 50kg of fish per day consisting of 10 different species. From the photos, the tank appears shallow but is deemed "big enough" by Chimelong officials. The water quality is believed to be far above international standards with a maintained temperature of 13-14°C. The orcas are subject to constant monitoring with blood tests every two months and measurements of length and weight taken twice a week. Although an unknown French expert, possibly from Marineland Antibes, has declared that the animals are in "excellent health", at least one orca does appear to have a skin abnormality on the right side of its jaw.
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All of these orcas were captured from Russian waters in 2013-15 and are now held captive at Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in China. The marine park has yet to release the names and individual characteristics of the orcas but intends to do so soon. I will continue to post updates as new information is released.
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Chimelong has been deemed "China's first killer whale breeding base" indicating that these animals will be part of a breeding programme at some point.
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These orcas were torn from their ocean homes because of the people that continue to support orca captivity. Feel guilty. Don't buy a ticket.
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Caption: @be_humane
Photos: www.news.CN 1457491034178283298_496352539

Today, it was announced that Chimelong Ocean Kingdom's wild-caught orcas have offically been put on display. There are five males and four females who range in age from 5 to 13 years old. The largest and eldest orca weighs four tons and measures 21 feet long. In comparison, Tilikum, the largest orca ever held in captvity, measured 22 feet long at 35 years old. - The animals recieve around 50kg of fish per day consisting of 10 different species. From the photos, the tank appears shallow but is deemed "big enough" by Chimelong officials. The water quality is believed to be far above international standards with a maintained temperature of 13-14°C. The orcas are subject to constant monitoring with blood tests every two months and measurements of length and weight taken twice a week. Although an unknown French expert, possibly from Marineland Antibes, has declared that the animals are in "excellent health", at least one orca does appear to have a skin abnormality on the right side of its jaw. - All of these orcas were captured from Russian waters in 2013-15 and are now held captive at Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in China. The marine park has yet to release the names and individual characteristics of the orcas but intends to do so soon. I will continue to post updates as new information is released. - Chimelong has been deemed "China's first killer whale breeding base" indicating that these animals will be part of a breeding programme at some point. - These orcas were torn from their ocean homes because of the people that continue to support orca captivity. Feel guilty. Don't buy a ticket. - Caption: @be_humane Photos: www.news.CN

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Explore nikonmom28's Instagram Seven years ago today, Dawn Brancheau was killed by Tilikum at Sea World Orlando. We saw them perform the year before when I got this shot. I am glad that SeaWorld is phasing out their killer whale show. These beautiful animals were born to be free. I didn't understand all that they go through until recently. RIP Dawn and Tilikum. #dawnbrancheau #tilikum #seaworldorlando #killerwhales #orcas 1457474732974135853_455835583

Seven years ago today, Dawn Brancheau was killed by Tilikum at Sea World Orlando. We saw them perform the year before when I got this shot. I am glad that SeaWorld is phasing out their killer whale show. These beautiful animals were born to be free. I didn't understand all that they go through until recently. RIP Dawn and Tilikum. #dawnbrancheau #tilikum #seaworldorlando #killerwhales #orcas

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Explore dayafteryesterday's Instagram On this day 7 years ago, #DawnBrancheau was brutally killed by Tilikum, the largest Orca held in captivity.

If #Tilikum was still with his family, Dawn would still be with hers... R.I.P. Tilikum & Dawn 🙏🏼 #CaptivityKills #FuckSeaWorld #EmptyTheTanks 1457403468914857996_2873490301

On this day 7 years ago, #dawnbrancheauwas brutally killed by Tilikum, the largest Orca held in captivity. If #Tilikum was still with his family, Dawn would still be with hers... R.I.P. Tilikum & Dawn 🙏🏼 #captivitykills #fuckseaworld #emptythetanks

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Explore againstcaptivity's Instagram Today, February 24th 2017, marks the 7th anniversary of death of Dawn Brancheau. 
May she Rest In Peace. 
Dawn branceau was a female senior orca trainer who worked at SeaWorld Orlando as head trainer for 16 years working at Shamu Stadium for 14 years. 
Dawn Brancheau also married a man by the name of Scott Brancheau in 1996 the same year she started working at Shamu Stadium. 
Dawn had always been an animal lover as she was said to have had 2 lab dogs, and a variety of stray animals such as cats, chickens, ducks and other birds. 
On February 24th 2010 at SeaWorld Orlando Dawn was doing a Dine with Shamu show with Tilikum, a 12,000 lb wild captured Icelandic killer whale who has killed Twice before, struck and killed Dawn. 
On January 6th 2017 Tilikum died. Now they both live together in a better place ❤🐳 Caption: @against.captivity 
Photos: SeaWorld/Loro Parque #weekofdawn #dawnbrancheau #tilikum #february242010 1457338154381075024_1644524807

Today, February 24th 2017, marks the 7th anniversary of death of Dawn Brancheau. May she Rest In Peace. Dawn branceau was a female senior orca trainer who worked at SeaWorld Orlando as head trainer for 16 years working at Shamu Stadium for 14 years. Dawn Brancheau also married a man by the name of Scott Brancheau in 1996 the same year she started working at Shamu Stadium. Dawn had always been an animal lover as she was said to have had 2 lab dogs, and a variety of stray animals such as cats, chickens, ducks and other birds. On February 24th 2010 at SeaWorld Orlando Dawn was doing a Dine with Shamu show with Tilikum, a 12,000 lb wild captured Icelandic killer whale who has killed Twice before, struck and killed Dawn. On January 6th 2017 Tilikum died. Now they both live together in a better place ❤🐳 Caption: @against.captivity Photos: SeaWorld/Loro Parque #weekofdawn #dawnbrancheau #tilikum #february242010

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Explore ninamariephotography's Instagram Since Dawn's death 7 years ago today, the media and many people have focused mainly on the whales, although it was DAWN's life that was lost that day. Many people are still using her death for their own personal gain and Agenda, instead of focusing on her, her life and the dedicated work she did. That's why I'm here. I will tell you her true story.
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At a young age, #DawnBrancheau had a #dream, and she pursued that dream with tremendous #passion and energy. Although her goal may have seemed out of reach for a young girl from northwest Indiana, she believed in herself and worked tirelessly to make her dream of working at #SeaWorld become a reality. Through her hard work and love for the animals in her life, Dawn became a world class #animal trainer and the face of SeaWorld.
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Dawn was very #successful and well known for her professional career, however, it was Dawn's passion for life and true love of others that inspired the formation of #TheDawnBrancheauFoundation. Dawn was a woman who embraced life and made the most of every experience. She made each and every person she met feel special and enriched so many lives with her kind and loving acts. Dawn radiated joy and truly worked to make the world a better place. Whether she was volunteering at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to #Animals, helping orphans in Africa, supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation, or simply brightening someone's day with a smile, Dawn was always striving to make a difference.
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On February 24, 2010, Dawn was involved in a tragic accident at SeaWorld with #Tilikum, an #orca that she knew well and loved. It has been speculated that her accident was caused by her ponytail drifting into the water. Dawn had long hair most of her life. On that day, her hair was exceptionally long because she was growing it for Locks of Love, an organization that provides hair-pieces for children with long-term medical hair loss. This act of #kindness was just one of the many examples of Dawn helping others.
The way Dawn lived her life has motivated her family, her friends & also me, to come together and carry out her vision for a better world. 💕 #RIPDawnBrancheau #BlackfishLies #StandWithSeaWorld 1457289534119005171_2918195023

Since Dawn's death 7 years ago today, the media and many people have focused mainly on the whales, although it was DAWN's life that was lost that day. Many people are still using her death for their own personal gain and Agenda, instead of focusing on her, her life and the dedicated work she did. That's why I'm here. I will tell you her true story. _ At a young age, #dawnbrancheauhad a #dream, and she pursued that dream with tremendous #passionand energy. Although her goal may have seemed out of reach for a young girl from northwest Indiana, she believed in herself and worked tirelessly to make her dream of working at #seaworldbecome a reality. Through her hard work and love for the animals in her life, Dawn became a world class #animaltrainer and the face of SeaWorld. _ Dawn was very #successfuland well known for her professional career, however, it was Dawn's passion for life and true love of others that inspired the formation of #TheDawnBrancheauFoundation. Dawn was a woman who embraced life and made the most of every experience. She made each and every person she met feel special and enriched so many lives with her kind and loving acts. Dawn radiated joy and truly worked to make the world a better place. Whether she was volunteering at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to #Animals, helping orphans in Africa, supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation, or simply brightening someone's day with a smile, Dawn was always striving to make a difference. _ On February 24, 2010, Dawn was involved in a tragic accident at SeaWorld with #Tilikum, an #orcathat she knew well and loved. It has been speculated that her accident was caused by her ponytail drifting into the water. Dawn had long hair most of her life. On that day, her hair was exceptionally long because she was growing it for Locks of Love, an organization that provides hair-pieces for children with long-term medical hair loss. This act of #kindnesswas just one of the many examples of Dawn helping others. The way Dawn lived her life has motivated her family, her friends & also me, to come together and carry out her vision for a better world. 💕 #ripdawnbrancheau #blackfishlies #standwithseaworld

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Explore dawnbrancheau's Instagram Since Dawn's death 7 years ago today, the media and many people have focused mainly on the whales, although it was DAWN's life that was lost that day. Many people are still using her death for their own personal gain and Agenda, instead of focusing on her, her life and the dedicated work she did. That's why I'm here. I will tell you her true story.
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At a young age, #DawnBrancheau had a #dream, and she pursued that dream with tremendous #passion and energy. Although her goal may have seemed out of reach for a young girl from northwest Indiana, she believed in herself and worked tirelessly to make her dream of working at #SeaWorld become a reality. Through her hard work and love for the animals in her life, Dawn became a world class #animal trainer and the face of SeaWorld.
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Dawn was very #successful and well known for her professional career, however, it was Dawn's passion for life and true love of others that inspired the formation of #TheDawnBrancheauFoundation. Dawn was a woman who embraced life and made the most of every experience. She made each and every person she met feel special and enriched so many lives with her kind and loving acts. Dawn radiated joy and truly worked to make the world a better place. Whether she was volunteering at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to #Animals, helping orphans in Africa, supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation, or simply brightening someone's day with a smile, Dawn was always striving to make a difference.
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On February 24, 2010, Dawn was involved in a tragic accident at SeaWorld with #Tilikum, an #orca that she knew well and loved. It has been speculated that her accident was caused by her ponytail drifting into the water. Dawn had long hair most of her life. On that day, her hair was exceptionally long because she was growing it for Locks of Love, an organization that provides hair-pieces for children with long-term medical hair loss. This act of #kindness was just one of the many examples of Dawn helping others.
The way Dawn lived her life has motivated her family, her friends & also me, to come together and carry out her vision for a better world. 💕 #RIPDawnBrancheau #BlackfishLies #StandWithSeaWorld 1457281500626368462_4242950578

Since Dawn's death 7 years ago today, the media and many people have focused mainly on the whales, although it was DAWN's life that was lost that day. Many people are still using her death for their own personal gain and Agenda, instead of focusing on her, her life and the dedicated work she did. That's why I'm here. I will tell you her true story. _ At a young age, #dawnbrancheauhad a #dream, and she pursued that dream with tremendous #passionand energy. Although her goal may have seemed out of reach for a young girl from northwest Indiana, she believed in herself and worked tirelessly to make her dream of working at #seaworldbecome a reality. Through her hard work and love for the animals in her life, Dawn became a world class #animaltrainer and the face of SeaWorld. _ Dawn was very #successfuland well known for her professional career, however, it was Dawn's passion for life and true love of others that inspired the formation of #TheDawnBrancheauFoundation. Dawn was a woman who embraced life and made the most of every experience. She made each and every person she met feel special and enriched so many lives with her kind and loving acts. Dawn radiated joy and truly worked to make the world a better place. Whether she was volunteering at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to #Animals, helping orphans in Africa, supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation, or simply brightening someone's day with a smile, Dawn was always striving to make a difference. _ On February 24, 2010, Dawn was involved in a tragic accident at SeaWorld with #Tilikum, an #orcathat she knew well and loved. It has been speculated that her accident was caused by her ponytail drifting into the water. Dawn had long hair most of her life. On that day, her hair was exceptionally long because she was growing it for Locks of Love, an organization that provides hair-pieces for children with long-term medical hair loss. This act of #kindnesswas just one of the many examples of Dawn helping others. The way Dawn lived her life has motivated her family, her friends & also me, to come together and carry out her vision for a better world. 💕 #ripdawnbrancheau #blackfishlies #standwithseaworld

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