Although Mexico City has no outlet to the sea, it has long been home to marine mammals such as dolphins and sea lions. Until this month, parks like Six Flags offered shows and dolphin swim, but this will now be banned in the capital by two law reforms passed in the Legislative Assembly of the Federal District.
The amendment to the laws prohibits marine mammals from being used in shows or therapies with dolphins because of the proposal of Xavier López Adame, deputy of the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico, who said Six Flags should transfer four dolphins and . . .