Contents

A Review of the Releasability
of Long-Term Captive Orcas

Bibliography



Bibliography compiled by Ken Balcomb, Summer, 1993
List of releases compiled by Ken Balcomb, Summer, 1993

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    Contents
    Summary
  1. Introduction
  2. Survival rates in captivity
  3. Precedents
  4. Disease issues
  5. Foraging ability
  6. Social systems and bonds
  7. Communication
  8. Consciousness and memory
  9. Emotions
  10. Conclusions
  11. Recommendations
  12. Bibliography
    Epilogue