Marineland Passes CAZA Inspection
Turns out, everyone DOES love Marineland.
At least everyone at the Canadian Accredited Zoos and Aquariums.
CAZA conducted an unannounced inspection on October 26th, and found that everything was well in order.
In a release, officials claimed that 'other than the lack of an updated water management protocol, there were no concerns identified during the inspection.'
As far as water quality was concerned, all tests came back within or very close to 'acceptable ranges' when compared to industry standards.
Staffing levels were also addressed with six staff on duty on the day of the inspection. It was found that the staff was enough to keep up with scheduled feedings, and being able to maintain the cleanliness in the areas visited.
All of the animals appeared to be in good health with no sign of eye or skin problems.
The also took at a look at the Orca, Kiska, who'd been mentioned in reports as having a chronically bleeding tail and wasn't being treated.
CAZA officials found none of that saying "at the time of the inspection there was no sign of injury or bleeding".
Investigators did find that Kiska appeared to be in good health and was eating a full ration.