In light of the Ringling Bros. circus deciding to phase out performing elephants, it's brought a lot of comparisons to the future of dolphin shows and possibly cetacean captivity in general, since there's still such a strong entertainment component with it. Obviously cetacean captivity won't disappear any time soon. They're still big attractions for many facilities, and even if all zoos and aquariums and theme parks suddenly decided to phase them out, we'd still be getting the occasional stranded or orphaned dolphin that can't be released into the wild. I'm mostly asking this question in regards to zoos and aquariums, but you can also address theme parks and resorts if you want. How might attractions and exhibits and such change? So, what do you think the future for cetacean captivity holds? I imagine that eventually, zoos and aquariums will probably start phasing out shows. Or at the very least, they might do education-oriented shows like lots of zoos do with birds, and those zookeeper talks where they tell you how they take care of the animals.