Hopefully you will read these conditions before you vote. 1. We're talking about bottlesnose dolphin, harbour porpoise and other smaller species that have a good record of survival. Orca and other large whales are another kettle of fish. 2. All animals would be captive bred or rescues. No wild capture at all. Certainly nothing from dolphin drives. 3. There would either be no shows at all, or very brief educational talks where the animals performed a few behaviors, like most sealion shows. I was inspired to make this because of the discussion in the Europe area when I asked about good places to see captive dolphins on the continent. Personally, I would like to see one or two places open in the UK, perhaps one on either coast. I think getting to see them up close would really help get people excited about helping them, and it seems a shame that there is no middle ground between re-floating a stranded cetacean and humanely killing it. Harderwijk looks good from what I can tell online, but I hope to go soon so I can judge for myself.