Marineland Summer Trivia Challenge
How many orca have died at Marineland?
a) Over 5
b) Over 10
c) Over 15
d) Over 20
The property where Marineland is located was originally the location for what?
a) John Holer's house
b) A Wax Museum
c) A POW camp
Upon arrival at Marineland, trainers witnessed what they thought was this animal attempting suicide by repeatedly smashing its head against a wall:
a) Baby Jane the pilot whale
b) Kandu the killer whale
c) Bruin the black bear
d) Isis the beluga whale
In 1981 an outbreak occurred among Marineland's animal resulting in many animals having to be killed, what was the cause?
a) Foot and Mouth Disease
c) Mad Cow Disease
What year featured the very first public demonstration against Marineland?
What criminal charge has Marineland owner John Holer NOT faced?
a) Careless Driving
b) Animal Cruelty
c) Illegal Hunting
d) Uttering Threats
Marineland imports their wild caught animals most often from this country:
How many animals are thought to be buried in Marineland's animal graves at the back of the property?
Name the two neighborhood Labrador Retrievers Marineland owner John Holer is accused of shooting:
a) Ren & Stimpy
b) Jake & Toby
c) Blue & Thor
d) Bandit & Tucker
This well known activist famously called Marineland "a thug in the neighborhood" in 2005:
a) Paul Watson
b) David Suzuki
c) Ric O'Barry
d) Bob Barker
Over 20 orcas have died at Marineland, giving the facility one of the worst mortality rates of any aquarium or zoo in the world.
The property where Marineland is situated was originally the home of a German Prisoner of War Camp during World War II.
Shortly after arriving at Marineland a 700 lbs pilot whale named Baby Jane repeatedly smashed her head against the gate and wall of her tank.
A Tuberculosis outbreak occurred among the deer at Marineland resulting in a quarantine and mass killing.
1977 featured the very first public demonstration against Marineland by Greenpeace activists.
Despite various threats being captured on video, Marineland owner John Holer has yet to face the charge of uttering threats by police.
Marineland has imported most of their recently wild caught animals from Russia where regulations are lax.
Marineland's mass grave sites are estimated to hold the corpses of thousands of animals.
Blue & Thor were the names of the neighborhood dogs witnesses allege John Holer shot dead and had their bodies buried in a mass grave.
David Suzuki called Marineland "a thug in the neighborhood" appearing in the Niagara Region to assist activists being sued by the facility.