World’s loneliest Dolphin dies after 2 years living in abandoned Aquarium

There has always been a serious conflict between humans and animals. Animals are voiceless creatures and all they want is a peaceful life but these humans have destroyed habitats of animals leading to extinction.

At one end, man is reaping benefits with the technology, natural resources– and at the other end- he is destroying the environment and other life forms which is truly not acceptable at all.

We have also seen humans ruining animal life by abducting beautiful creatures for the sake of money. Animals are being kept in zoo as if they are prisoners, aquarium. Sadly, they don’t have freedom like us. Do we deserve to be on this planet? Surely, no!

Credits: Dolphin Rescue

In heartbreaking news, animal protection group – Dolphin Project has confirmed the demise of the “world’s loneliest dolphin.”

Identified as Honey, the female bottlenose dolphin was reportedly found to have passed away alone on March 29 at an abandoned Japanese aquarium.

Honey captured near Taiji in 2005 and it first made global headlines in the year 2018 after it was revealed that she was abandoned at the Marine Park Aquarium in Choshi.

Before she passed away, the only company she had for the last two years were 46 penguins including fish and reptiles after the facility shut down in January 2018 due to a lack of visitors.

Dolphin Project made several attempts to find a new home for Honey including the other animals that are left in the park.

“In November 2018, according to a well-informed source, the aquarium was in debt and seeking a buyer,” the organization noted. “The following year in 2019, we learned that the aquarium had indeed been sold, and along with it, Honey. The sale of the park was confirmed by the Kaisou Health Center, which managed the health of the animals at Inubosaki Marine Park Aquarium.”

In February, Dolphin Rescue made another attempt in order to buy Honey again so much so that she could retire in peace and dignity.

“These conversations ended in early March when it became apparent Honey was unlikely to survive. Later that month on March 29, Honey died in her tank.”