3. WWF has ignored you
Many WWF supporters have asked the charity to address this issue with due care and attention, but WWF just isn't doing it. Instead, WWF U.K. has been telling the concerned public that it's "a real shame" to have lost their support and that WWF U.K. is "really sorry" for it, followed with the link to the FAQ response.
In a Facebook reply, WWF U.K. has slightly expanded its FAQ answer. WWF says it acknowledges the 'legitimate role of maintaining captive animals in zoos and aquaria when those institutions adhere to strict international standards...' But all evidence and expert opinions suggest that these standards are not -- and cannot ever be -- good enough. What does WWF say to this?
Well, even WWF U.K. says nothing. And every other branch of WWF, including WWF USA, who is actually in the partnership with SeaWorld, seems to have held its silence. Perhaps instead of ignoring its supporters' concerns, WWF should instead ask what they -- and what you -- think about this partnership: