The animals residing at a Canadian marine-park are suffering immensely. In this tell-all, an ex-trainer, Phil Demers, describes the horrors that happen behind closed doors. Beluga whales are being held in cramped tanks, with very little space to move. Many have scrapes and rake marks from fighting and being pushed against the edges of the tanks. Kiska, the parks only killer whale (featured in this video), lives by herself, floating on the surface of her pool, bored and depressed. The parks seals and sea lions have damaged eyes from poor water quality and over-chlorination. Deer are often chased and harassed by children in the hot summer months with no-where safe to hide. The bears are over-populated and obese due to over-feeding of sugary cereal visitors can throw into their enclosures. It is also reported that the the walruses that reside at the park are in dire need of better living conditions, forced to live in small cages with skin problems too.